Definition of no time in English:

no time

  • A very short interval or period: the renovations were done in no time
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    • It takes no time at all to prepare and is a hearty and satisfying autumn or winter meal.
    • In no time at all the fiddler was able to retrieve what was left of his leg and a great cheer went up from the dancers.
    • It takes no time to scrub and debeard the things when you've got a host of hands and a few glasses of wine on the go.
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