Idiom: if need be
— Just invite everyone. We can take two cars to the restaurant if need be.
— I hope the repairs won’t cost too much but I’ll put the charges on my credit card if need be.
— If need be, we can rent a car to the beach if Sandy's busy.
— My dentist gave me a prescription pain killer if need be.
— Hopefully, you'll get here by midnight. If need be, I can leave the key under the doormat.
— I'm determined to lose 30 kilos and I'll even hire a fitness trainer at my gym if need be.
— I'll just buy these three items now. If need be, I can come back next week for more.
— I'm going to exercise today no matter what. If need be, I can just walk around our neighborhood instead of going to the gym.
— You shouldn't have any problems with the dogs this weekend but feel free to call me or my wife if need be.
— We can stay at my cousin's in New York if need be, but hopefully we can find a hotel.
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