English version

money/time etc to spare

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmoney/time etc to sparemoney/time etc to spareREMAIN/BE LEFTif you have money, time etc to spare, you have some left in addition to what you have used or need Anyone who has time to spare and would like to help can contact Moira.with something to spare They got to the airport with seconds to spare. They still have some money to spare. spare
Examples from the Corpus
with something to spareHe has passed the first three tests on the way to the presidency with room to spare.I became that vet with time to spare.Smith went on to 61, the winning runs coming with 16.1 overs to spare.Staffordshire won by four wickets with a ball to spare.And not such a bad parent-always with time to spare, always eager to please, often funny.A convincing one-day success was wrapped up with 15 overs to spare as Cheshire outplayed the Duchy in every respect.She and her husband rescued their three children from their blazing home with seconds to spare early yesterday.But with time to spare, we rummaged around.
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