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one-time English Thesaurus

a one-time county cricketer

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 British & World English

In or during a known but unspecified past period

bide one's time British & World English

Wait quietly for a good opportunity to do something

serve one's time British & World English

Hold office for the normal period

ahead of one's time British & World English

Innovative and radical by the standards of the time

in one's own time British & World English

At a time and a rate decided by oneself

in one's own sweet time British & World English

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

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

one time in one-time British & World English

All at once; immediately

give someone a hard time British & World English

Deliberately make a situation difficult for someone

at one time in time British & World English

In or during a known but unspecified past period

give someone the time of day British & World English

Be pleasantly polite or friendly to someone

bide one's time in bide 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

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

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

Innovative and radical by the standards of the time

give someone a hard time in hard British & World English

Deliberately make a situation difficult for someone

at one time in time English Thesaurus

she was a nurse at one time

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

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

A period or occasion of exceptional enjoyment

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

Be pleasantly polite or friendly to someone

take one's time in take English Thesaurus

he took his time going through the papers

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

Innovative and radical by the standards of the time

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

At a time and a rate decided by oneself

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

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

ahead of one's/its time in time English Thesaurus

he broke all the rules and achieved an effect that was way ahead of its time