pressed for money

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Fig. needful of money; short of money. (*Typically: be ~; become ~; get ~.) We are usually pushed for money at this time of year. I'm a little pressed for money just now.
See also: money, press
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GEO Group doesn't rely on Wall Street-financed debt because it's pressed for cash - the private-prison industry generates over more than a billion dollars in annual revenue.
Smaller operators active in tight oil have been particularly impacted by low prices, as they are usually pressed for cash.
Venezuela and Iran are also hard pressed for cash that they are not about to stop pumping oil just yet.
We are told that KMC is hard pressed for cash and must close services because of cash shortages.
That's because we're in a recovery phase and consumers are very pressed for cash and spending power.
For more on retirement, see: Cracking the Retirement Income Code Retired Couples May Need $240,000 for Health Care Pressed for Cash, Older Boomers Turn to Reverse Mortgages
That they're so pressed for cash that they're going to charge state employees to park in state garages while they're doing their state jobs and ask them to order double-doses of prescription pills and split them in half to save the state around $700,000 (bonus points for creativity; that's Depression-era ingenuity, like reusing tin foil or hoarding soap chips).
Arabtec's move is a sign it is facing cash flow issues -- you do not do this in a depressed market that has low valuations and low volumes unless you are pressed for cash," said CAPM's Yasin.
Arabtec's move is a sign it is facing cash flow issues - you do not do this is in a depressed market that has low valuations and low volumes unless you are pressed for cash," said CAPM's Yasin.
SMALL firms hard pressed for cash during the recession may soon be able to turn to a local authority in North Wales for help.
In these times of economic uncertainty, there is strong pressure on people pressed for cash to sell valuable assets, such as life insurance policies.
We are hard pressed for cash and we are not able to cough up the money to renew the permits," he said.
Pressed for cash, the former first lady ran noncompetitive campaigns in several Super Tuesday caucus states, allowing her rival to run up his delegate totals.
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In December 1903 he approached the Earl of Darnley; who was pressed for cash and wanted to sell the Titian and a Van Dyck.