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cash-strapped

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Definition of cash-strapped in English:

adjective

informal
Extremely short of money: cash-strapped consumers have gone deeper into debt
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  • But the clubs might have to fund the first year without major income, and that could harm cash-strapped clubs in the short term.
  • Fabian, who was born with cerebral palsy, will have his place cut by the cash-strapped pre-school if money is not found quickly.
  • It's about raising money for a cash-strapped district council.

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