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To find, or to have enough time for something - thesaurus

Synonyms

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, you have it available

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

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More synonyms

cut it fine

to give yourself only a very short amount of time to do something

get in

to manage to fit something such as an activity or comment into a small amount of time

have all the time in the world

to have a lot of time available to do something

how someone is fixed for something

used for talking about whether someone has enough of something or has the thing they need

make time (for)

to find time to do something or be with someone in spite of being busy

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the phenomenon by which an incompetent person is too incompetent to understand his own incompetence

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