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could have done with
Hi, could you tell me what does the sentence exactly mean:
She could have done with spending time on a second draft.
Re: could have done with
Her draft would have benefited from more time and attention.
Originally Posted by she's_a_rebel
I could have done with more sleep = I'm tired because I didn't get much sleep.
She looks as though she could do with a good meal = She looks underfed.
The garden could do with a little more tending = The garden looks neglected.