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    commitments

    The company's ceo is a man with lots of commitments.

    Hi,

    Can "commitments" be used here to express "with almost no free/available time" or "very tight schedule"?

    Thanks.

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    Exclamation Re: commitments

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    The company's ceo is a man with lots of commitments.

    Hi,

    Can "commitments" be used here to express "with almost no free/available time" or "very tight schedule"?

    Thanks.
    Yes, Certainly he has no free time for lisure or to relax

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