Definition of not a moment too soon in English:

not a moment too soon

Almost too late.
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  • Finally, the show was to begin and not a moment too soon.
  • After an unexpected delay, the Bulgarian winter has finally arrived - and not a moment too soon for the country's ski resorts.
  • West Vancouver council's plan to install universal water meters in the district has come not a moment too soon.
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