What’s the opposite of busy? So, the situation is the following: my girlfriend says she will be busy for some time. So I want to say: "message me when you get free/become unbusy/get unoccupied, please" What’s the right and natural way to say it? All of these variants sound a bit strange, though I am used to saying "when you get free".
Oct 10, 2019 6:57 PM
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I am a Native English speaker and "when you're free" is exactly what I would say. "When things slow down" is another alternative that I would use. Some opposites (antonyms) of busy are; "Idle" (Does not work for this one) "inactive" (Does not work for this one) "Unoccupied" (Works, but not natural) Antonyms are words that are complete/total opposites of other words.
October 10, 2019
Message me when you can. Message me when you are able. Message me when you are free. Message me when you have time.
October 10, 2019
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