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tight schedule

This page is about the collocation tight schedule

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

a schedule with very little time between appointments, meetings, etc.

For example

  • The president has a very tight schedule today.

  • This schedule's too tight. I won't have enough time to get from one place to another.

Quick Quiz

If you've got a tight schedule, you won't be able to

a. spend much money

b. waste much time

c. get much done

Contributor: Matt Errey