Time - definition, pronunciation, transcription
he called four times
I didn't have time to finish
it took more than half my time
he waited for a long time
he was a great actor in his time
it took some time before he got an answer
time flies like an arrow
they had a good time together
the time is 10 o'clock
- rhythm as given by division into parts of equal duration (syn: meter, metre)
- the period of time a prisoner is imprisoned (syn: sentence)
- assign a time for an activity or event
The two events were separated by time and space.
The poem is a reflection on the passage of time.
What was happening at that particular moment in time?
It has been that way since the beginning of time.
If only I could travel back in time and do things differently.
They were given a relatively short amount of time to finish the job.
The situation has been getting more complicated as time goes by .
Happening for an extended period of time
Would you prefer the meeting to be at an earlier time?
Feel free to call me at any time, day or night.
They timed their vacation to coincide with the jazz festival.
He timed it so that he made the shot just before the clock ran out.
She timed the shot perfectly.
The runners are timed with special watches.
He timed the students as they completed their tests.
present participle: timing
past tense: timed
past participle: timed