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    Idioms

    hi ,
    could you please help me out to make the sentence using this idiom "against the clock". I tried, is this ok? -- "Despite the short time, i done this assigment against the clock" .

    regards

    zahid


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    Re: Idioms

    Welcome to the forums.

    Quote Originally Posted by ZAHID HUSSAIN View Post
    hi ,
    could you please help me out to make the sentence using this idiom "against the clock". I tried, is this ok? -- "Despite Because of the short time available /allowed, i done I have done/I did this assigment against the clock" .

    regards

    zahid
    The use of the idiom is correct, provided you make it clear that the time available to you was short.

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