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Time Noun Synonyms
schedule, set, regulate, control
The trains are timed to arrive five minutes apart.
I had a wonderful time at your party.
period, interval, stretch, spell, patch
I was going through a bad time when we last met.
opportunity, chance, occasion
You must make time to visit your mother.
period, interval, stretch, while, span, space, term, duration
It is a long time since I have seen you. In the time I took to write this, she had vanished.
ease, leisure, convenience
He'll be there in his own time.
hour, point, moment
What time is it? At what time is our appointment.
schedule, set, organize, adjust, fix
She timed her entrance to coincide exactly with the crash of the cymbals.
tempo, beat, rhythm, metre, measure
They are playing 'Teddy Bears' Picnic' in march time.
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Science / Tides and Currents / Civil Time: Time in which the day begins at midnight as distinguished from the former astronomical time in which the day began at noon. MORE
Business / Accounting / Time Value Of Money: Comparison of a lump sum of money, or a series of equal payments, between two different time periods (e.g., present and future), assuming a specified interest rate and time period. (Reference: The Tim MORE
Business / Taxes / Time Deposit: When you put money into a bank or savings and loan account with a fixed term, such as a certificate of deposit (CD), you are making a time deposit. Time deposits may pay interest at a higher rate than MORE
Technology / Cell Phones / Standby Time: The amount of time you can leave your fully charged cellular portable or transportable phone turned on before the phone will completely discharge the batteries. See Talk Time. MORE
Science / Tides and Currents / Local Time: Time in which noon is defined by the transit of the Sun over the local meridian as distinguished from standard time which is based upon the transit of the Sun over a standard meridian. Local time may MORE