i'm confused about super tight meaning in this sentence..
Elon Musk emails Tesla employees: ‘Breaking even is looking super tight’
breaking even is looking very close?
reaching to the break even point is so hard?
or something else?
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I read the sentence "Breaking even is looking super tight" as "The margin of error in order to break even is small". It means that the profits of the business venture are very close to exceeding the costs given the current trajectory, but there is still a chance to break even.
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