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Tight Spot

Tight Spot - a difficult situation

  • I am in a tight spot at work. I am not sure what to do.
  • The teacher is in a tight spot.
  • The hospital put the doctors and nurses in a tight spot.
  • I hope my sister can help me get out of this tight spot with my boss.
  • We are in a tight spot financially.
  • The wedding is going to put us in a tight spot.

Tear My Hair Out

Think Outside The Box

Take A Load Off Your Feet

Top Of The Top

Turn A Blind Eye

Tight Spot

Take A Stab At

Touch And Go

Take A Break

The Brass

Throw Under The Bus

Take For A Ride

Take The Cake

Take Forty Winks

Take It Or Leave It

Time Will Tell

Tall Order

Thumbs Up

Take Your Time

The End Of The Line

Take Five

Throw The Book At Someone

Time Out

The Cream Of The Crop

Twenty-Four Seven - 24/7

Two Peas In A Pod

Take It Slow

The Straw That Brok The Camel's Back

The Whole Nine Yards

There Is A Catch

Take It Easy

Time Is Money

Team Work

Time Is Up

Tough Luck

Take It With A Grain Of Salt

The Last Straw

The Lights Are On But Nobody Is Home

Tearing Me Apart

Throw In The Towel

The Proof Is In The Pudding

Think Outside The Box

Train Wreck

Ticked Off

Tie The Knot

Tight Race

Time_Flies

Time Off

Top Dog

Top It Off

Too Bad

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