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1. The newspapers must be hard up for news if they've got to publish stories like that .
2. The editor of the magazine was hard up for material.
3. Guessing correctly that Bobby was hard up, Bacon gave him ￡5 and told him to get a meal at Wheeler's.
4. LL: To be hard up for something means that you don't have enough of it.
5. To be hard up is an English idiom meaning to lack money.
6. " The address, too,'she added to herself. " They must be hard up. "
7. I do envy you urban residents, never till the land, but never be hard up(suffer the famine).
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