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To find, or to have enough time for something

have

verb

if you have time for something, time is available for you to do it

find

verb

if you find the time or money to do something, you have enough time or money to do it

make (the) time

to make some of your time available for a particular purpose

spare

verb

if you can spare time, effort, or energy, you use it for a particular purpose

squeeze in

to be able to do something, even though you do not have much time

allow

verb

to make certain that you have enough of something such as time, food, or money for a particular purpose

put aside

to keep a period of time free so that you can use it for a particular purpose

fit in

to have enough time to deal with someone or something

find (the) time

to make some of your time available for a particular purpose

have time on your hands

to have more time available than you need

SOLE

… a teaching method in which groups of children learn independently using a computer linked to the internet

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