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Time seemed to pass more quickly than before.
What time does the film start?
What time is it?
We’re teaching them how to tell the time.
She won’t be busy at this time of day.
She thought about it for a long time.
She left a short time ago.
There have been improvements in the length of time patients have to wait for treatment.
in the time between the wars
Not since Roman times had a single nation been so powerful.
It was a time of tremendous political uncertainty.
She thoroughly enjoyed her time as manager.
He speaks of his time at university as a happy one.
When the kids were young it was a particularly hard time.
Do you remember the time we drove the car to Paris?
It was the first time we’d met.
The next time you need financial advice, come and see me.
I was sitting by the window at the time.
You can get travel insurance at the time of booking.
No medical evidence was available at the time of writing.
She left the bar a few minutes before closing time.
They said they would call us when it was time for dinner.
Isn’t it time the children went to bed?
It’s time we were leaving.
When would be a good time to discuss it?
I’m afraid now isn’t a very convenient time for me.
Now seemed the right time to make a change.
She will have less time to spend with family and friends now.
They’ll be working against time to get it finished.
All these high-profile building projects turn into a race against time.
As an artist, he was years ahead of his time.
We usually talk to four or five candidates at a time.
Deal with each question separately, one at a time.
We have no more information available at this time.
We’ll have that fixed in no time.
In your own time, start the engine and put the car into gear.
I want to be home in time for tea.
If we leave now, we’ll be at the station in plenty of time.
We got to the airport just in time.
In two hours’ time, we’ll be in Paris.
It’s only a matter of time before someone gets seriously hurt.
I started cleaning the windows, just to kill time.
We lost a lot of time when the computer system went down.
the greatest boxer of all time
We played cards to pass the time.
He could be here any second, so there’s no time to lose.
Time will tell whether he made the right choice.
She’s looking forward to going to college, though she might be nervous when the time comes.
This is the British English definition of time. View American English definition of time.