Idiom: (on/with) short notice
— I told my boss that I was really sorry but I wouldn’t be able to work this weekend on such short notice.
— You can’t expect me to always be able to help you on short notice like this.
— Luckily, although it was short notice, I got the message in time to get here.
— I know it's short notice but do you want to go to the opera tonight? My coworker gave me tickets.
— We got to the hospital with short notice but made it before my daughter-in-law gave birth to our grandson.
— Unfortunately, we cannot turn around the project with such short notice.
— I wish I could go to the beach but I can't get off work with such short notice.
— I was transferred to Hong Kong with such short notice my wife had to stay behind for a couple of months to get our house packed up and rented.
— Do you think we could possibly pull together a two-day conference with such short notice?
— You'll be very lucky to find a nice venue for your wedding reception on short notice.
— That particular caterer is not available on such short notice but we can try another one that came with a very high recommendation.
— The management team approved a bonus for you for delivering a high quality product with short notice. Congratulations.
— I'm warning you that if you keep asking the team to complete projects on short notice, they will burn out and quit.
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