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time US English

A moment or definite portion of time allotted, used, or suitable for a purpose

times in time US English

A more or less definite portion of time in history or characterized by particular events or circumstances

the Times in time US English

Used in names of newspapers

end times US English

(In some religious beliefs) the period leading up to Judgment Day

at times US English

Sometimes; on occasions

times table US English

Informal term for multiplication table.

between times US English

In the intervals between other actions

Times Square US English

A focal point of Manhattan in New York City, around the intersection of Broadway and 42nd Street

behind the times US English

Not aware of or using the latest ideas or techniques; out of date

Financial Times index US English

Another term for FTSE index.

for old times' sake US English

In memory of former times; in acknowledgment of a shared past

sign of the times US English

Something judged to exemplify or indicate the nature or quality of a particular period, typically something unwelcome or unpleasant

arrow of time US English

The direction of travel from past to future in time considered as a physical dimension

move with the times US English

Keep abreast of current thinking or developments

at the best of times US English

Even in the most favorable circumstances

nine times out of ten US English

On nearly every occasion; almost always

at times in time US English

Sometimes; on occasions

arrow of time in arrow US English

The direction of travel from past to future in time considered as a physical dimension

me time US English

Time spent relaxing on one’s own as opposed to working or doing things for others, seen as an opportunity to reduce stress or restore energy

retime US English

Set a different time for

between times in between US English

In the intervals between other actions

daytime US English

The time of the day between sunrise and sunset

mistime US English

Choose a bad or inappropriate moment to do or say (something)

ofttimes US English

Archaic or poetic/literary form of often.

runtime US English

The time that a film or DVD lasts

teatime US English

The time in the afternoon when tea is traditionally served

time out in time US English

(Of an operation) be canceled after a predefined interval of time

two-time US English

Deceive or be unfaithful to (a lover or spouse)

access time US English

The time taken to retrieve data from storage

bath time US English

The usual time at which a baby or child is washed in a bath

comp time in comp US English

Compensatory time

deep time US English

The multimillion year time frame within which scientists believe the earth has existed, and which is supported by the observation of natural, mostly geological, phenomena

dinner time US English

The time at which dinner is customarily eaten, either around midday or in the evening

downtime US English

Time during which a machine, especially a computer, is out of action or unavailable for use

dwell time US English

Time spent in the same position, area, or stage of a process

equal time US English

(In broadcasting) a principle of allowing equal air time to opposing points of view, especially to political candidates for two or more parties

halftime US English

The time at which half of a game or contest is completed, especially when marked by an intermission

hang time US English

The number of seconds during which a punted ball is in the air

lead time US English

The time between the initiation and completion of a production process

lifetime US English

The duration of a person’s life

lunchtime US English

The time in the middle of day when lunch is eaten

mealtime US English

The time at which a meal is eaten

nighttime US English

The time between evening and morning; the time of darkness

post time US English

The time at which a race is scheduled to start and entrants must be at their starting positions


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