All-time - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |taɪm|  American pronunciation of the word all-time
Brit.  |ɔːlˈtʌɪm|  British pronunciation of the word all-time

adjective

- unsurpassed in some respect up to the present

prices at an all-time high
morale at an all-time low
among the all-time great lefthanders

Examples

The price of wheat had reached an all-time low.

They reached an all-time record score.

Employment is at an all-time high in this part of the state.

Home valuations are at an all-time high.

The gross national product has reached an all-time high.

Public confidence in the government is at an all-time low.

Jack Nicklaus is one of golf's all-time greats.

Public confidence in the legal system is at an all-time low (=much lower or worse than ever before).

Unemployment is now near to its all-time low.

British exports in 1991 were at an all-time record.

...an actor who's still regarded as one of the screen's all-time great dreamboats...

summer temperatures reached an all-time high

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