on the dot - exactly at the stated or expected time:, once in a blue moon - not very often, do time - to spend a certain period in prison, crack of dawn - the early part of the morning when the sun first appears, like clockwork - very regularly, or at exactly the planned times, in the blink of an eye - extremely quickly, at no time - never, in no time - very quickly, once upon a time - used at the beginning of children's stories to mean "a long time ago", pressed for time - to be in a hurry, time [and tide] wait for no man - said to emphasize that people cannot stop the passing of time, and therefore should not delay doing things, withstand the test of time - To work, function, or endure for a very long time. To be particularly popular or well,regarded for a long period of timethat you do not have to do quickly whatever it is that you want or have to do:, have time on your side - that you do not have to do quickly whatever it is that you want or have to do:, give sb a hard time - to make things difficult or unpleasant for someone:, down-time - the time during which a machine, especially a computer, is not working or is not able to be used, [to get it] big time - If you do something big time, you do it to a great degree, bide your time - to wait patiently for a good opportunity to do something, all in good time - used to tell someone to be patient because the thing they are eager for will happen when the time is right:, kill time - to do something that keeps you busy while you are waiting for something else to happen:, in the nick of time - at the last possible moment:, time heals all wounds - said to mean that a painful or difficult situation will seem less bad as time passes, waste of time - a bad use of time, time spent doing useless or unnecessary things., spare time - time when you are not working or do not have anything you must do, time flies - used to mean that time passes surprisingly quickly, on time - happening or done at the particular moment that it was expected to happen or be done, make time - to make certain you have some time when you are not busy in order to do something you think you should do:, time for a change - Used to say it is time to make change, modify sth you’re doing, take another path of doing sth, save time - To complete a task in a shorter amount of time by doing it more quickly or efficiently, Out of time - Having no more time in which to do something., Turn back the hands of time - to travel backwards in time, into the past.,




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