make up leeway

bepótol mulasztást / behoz lemaradást/ behoz késést

If you have to make up leeway you have to do extra work because you have not done as much work as you should have done

példák/ examples:
  • We've got quite a lot of leeway to make up.
  • There was an attempt to make up leeway in 1940 and 1941, but it was hampered by
    difficulties in securing shipping space and by losses through enemy action. ...
  • There is a short break of 10 minutes between each presentation, to make up leeway caused by prolonged presentation or discussion. (source)