Being busy [expressions for]

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sdcp

Senior Member
Hungarian, Slovakia
Hi!

I need help, please.

If someone wants to schedule a meeting in December but the other person is busy the whole month and has to bump it to January how would you say it in other words in a formal business email?

Thank you for your help.
 
  • Ann O'Rack

    Senior Member
    UK
    UK English
    Are you looking for the word "postpone"? Give us your informal phrasing and we can work on it, but I'm not quite sure what you're asking. Are you the person who needs to postpone, or put off, the meeting?
     

    cuchuflete

    Senior Member
    EEUU-inglés
    Hello sdcp,

    I agree with A. O'R. We need more information from you. A sample sentence would help. It's not clear if you are seeking alternatives to busy, or ways to say defer/postpone/put off until etc.

    For busy,

    My schedule is full for the entire month
    I have no openings in December
    My calendar is full...
    etc.
     

    sdcp

    Senior Member
    Hungarian, Slovakia
    Thank you Ann O'Rack and cuchuflete. I was seeking expressions you put, cuchuflete.

    Thanks again.
     
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