①Leeway is the freedom that someone has to take the action they want to or to change their plans.【n.自由；自由空间；回旋余地】
②If you have leeway to make up, you have to work hard because you do not have much time to reach a particular goal.【n.（需要弥补的）失去时间，落后差距】
①The President said that he wanted to give states more leeway to pursue their own health-care reforms.
②He just could not make up the leeway from the earlier stages in which Ryan scored well.
《金融时报》一篇题为 A race to vaccinate the developing world 也出现了这个表达：
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If you drink in something that you see or hear, you pay a lot of attention to it and enjoy it.
She stood drinking in the glittering view.