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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A nonspatial continuum in which events occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future.
- noun: An interval separating two points on this continuum; a duration: a long time since the last war; passed the time reading.
- noun: A number, as of years, days, or minutes, representing such an interval: ran the course in a time just under four minutes.
- noun: A similar number representing a specific point on this continuum, reckoned in hours and minutes: checked her watch and recorded the time, 6:17 A.M.
- noun: A system by which such intervals are measured or such numbers are reckoned: solar time.
- noun: An interval, especially a span of years, marked by similar events, conditions, or phenomena; an era. Often used in the plural: hard times; a time of troubles.
- noun: The present with respect to prevailing conditions and trends: You must change with the times.
- noun: A suitable or opportune moment or season: a time for taking stock of one's life.
- noun: Periods or a period designated for a given activity: harvest time; time for bed.
- noun: Periods or a period necessary or available for a given activity: I have no time for golf.
- noun: A period at one's disposal: Do you have time for a chat?
- noun: An appointed or fated moment, especially of death or giving birth: He died before his time. Her time is near.
- noun: One of several instances: knocked three times; addressed Congress for the last time before retirement.
- noun: Used to indicate the number of instances by which something is multiplied or divided: This tree is three times taller than that one. My library is many times smaller than hers.
- noun: One's lifetime.
- noun: One's period of greatest activity or engagement.
- noun: A person's experience during a specific period or on a certain occasion: had a good time at the party.
- noun: A period of military service.
- noun: A period of apprenticeship.
- noun: Informal A prison sentence.
- noun: The customary period of work: hired for full time.
- noun: The period spent working.
- noun: The hourly pay rate: earned double time on Sundays.
- noun: The period during which a radio or television program or commercial is broadcast: "There's television time to buy” ( Brad Goldstein).
- noun: The rate of speed of a measured activity: marching in double time.
- noun: Music The meter of a musical pattern: three-quarter time.
- noun: Music The rate of speed at which a piece of music is played; the tempo.
- noun: Chiefly British The hour at which a pub closes.
- noun: Sports A time-out.
- adjective: Of, relating to, or measuring time.
- adjective: Constructed so as to operate at a particular moment: a time release.
- adjective: Payable on a future date or dates.
- adjective: Of or relating to installment buying: time payments.
- verb-transitive: To set the time for (an event or occasion).
- verb-transitive: To adjust to keep accurate time.
- verb-transitive: To adjust so that a force is applied or an action occurs at the desired time: timed his swing so as to hit the ball squarely.
- verb-transitive: To record the speed or duration of: time a runner.
- verb-transitive: To set or maintain the tempo, speed, or duration of: time a manufacturing process.
- idiom: against time With a quickly approaching time limit: worked against time to deliver the manuscript before the deadline.
- idiom: at one time Simultaneously.
- idiom: at one time At a period or moment in the past.
- idiom: at the same time However; nonetheless.
- idiom: at times On occasion; sometimes.
- idiom: behind the times Out-of-date; old-fashioned.
- idiom: for the time being Temporarily.
- idiom: from time to time Once in a while; at intervals.
- idiom: high time The appropriate or urgent time: It's high time that you started working.
- idiom: in good time In a reasonable length of time.
- idiom: in good time When or before due.
- idiom: in good time Quickly.
- idiom: in no time Almost instantly; immediately.
- idiom: in time Before a time limit expires.
- idiom: in time Within an indefinite time; eventually: In time they came to accept the harsh facts.
- idiom: in time In the proper tempo.
- idiom: in time Played with a meter.
- idiom: on time According to schedule; punctual or punctually.
- idiom: on time By paying in installments.
- idiom: time after time Again and again; repeatedly.
- idiom: time and again Again and again; repeatedly.
- idiom: time of (one's) life A highly pleasurable experience: We had the time of our lives at the beach.
- idiom: time on (one's) hands An interval with nothing to do.
- idiom: time was There was once a time: "Time was when [urban gangs] were part of a . . . subculture that inner-city adolescence outgrew” ( George F. Will).
- prep: five times two is (arba equals) tendukart penki -- dešimt