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one-time pad British & World English

A pad of keys for a cipher, each page being destroyed after one use, so that each message is sent using a different key

at one time in time British & World English

In or during a known but unspecified past period

at one time British & World English

In or during a known but unspecified past period

bide one's time in bide British & World English

Wait quietly for a good opportunity to do something

bide one's time British & World English

Wait quietly for a good opportunity to do something

serve one's time in serve British & World English

Hold office for the normal period

serve one's time British & World English

Hold office for the normal period

ahead of one's time in ahead British & World English

Innovative and radical by the standards of the time

ahead of one's time British & World English

Innovative and radical by the standards of the time

in one's own good time in time British & World English

At a time and a rate decided by oneself

on one's own time in time British & World English

Outside working hours; without being paid

in one's own time British & World English

At a time and a rate decided by oneself

give someone a hard time in hard British & World English

Deliberately make a situation difficult for someone

one time in one-time British & World English

All at once; immediately

in one's own sweet time in sweet British & World English

When (or how) one wants to, regardless of the possible inconvenience caused to others

in one's own sweet time British & World English

When (or how) one wants to, regardless of the possible inconvenience caused to others

give someone the time of day in time British & World English

Be pleasantly polite or friendly to someone

the time of one's life in time British & World English

A period or occasion of exceptional enjoyment

the time of one's life British & World English

A period or occasion of exceptional enjoyment

time British & World English

An apprenticeship

in one's own good time in in one's own time British & World English

At a time and a rate decided by oneself

on one's own time in in one's own time British & World English

Outside working hours; without being paid

give someone a hard time British & World English

Deliberately make a situation difficult for someone

give someone the time of day British & World English

Be pleasantly polite or friendly to someone

before one can draw breath British & World English

Before one can do anything

one-time English Thesaurus

a one-time county cricketer

one-time English-Spanish

antiguo

at one time in time English-Spanish

en una época, en otros tiempos


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