Definition of 'short-staffed'
Example sentences containing 'short-staffed'
They're quite short-staffed on this ward, so I doubt if anyone will get round to thinking I've gone AWOL.NIGHT SISTERS (2002)
But don't worry, we were short-staffed before this, so you'll have lots and lots of opportunities to work off any residual guilt.FALLEN WOMEN (2002)
Then, suddenly conscious that she might have been indiscreet, she added: `We're short-staffed at the moment, I'm afraid.THE ENDLESS GAME (2002)
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