A window of opportunity - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
a window of opportunity
window of opportunity
A short or limited period of time in which one has a favorable opportunity to do, obtain, or accomplish something. The summit offers a window of opportunity for the two countries to reach a peace agreement. Some fear we may have already missed our window of opportunity to get the development plan approved by the city.
a ˌwindow of opporˈtunity a limited period of time when you can do something that you want to do or need to do: The government’s difficulties provided the opposition with a window of opportunity to present an alternative policy to the voters.
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Thus, taxpayers willing to brave these somewhat unchartered waters may have a window of opportunity
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