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time  

EN[taɪm]
US AUS
Ftemps WTemps
  • Le temps est une notion humaine qui rend compte du changement dans le monde.
  • Il n'existe pas de mesure du temps de la même manière qu'il existe, par exemple,
  • L'histoire de la mesure du temps écoulé entre deux événements a évolué à travers les âges et cela n'
time
  • NomPLtimes
    1. NU The inevitable progression into the future with the passing of present events into the past.
      1. Time stops for nobody.   the ebb and flow of time
      2. Both science-fiction writers and physicists have written about travel through time. ‎
      3. Time slows down when you approach the speed of light. ‎
    2. A duration of time.
      1. More time is needed to complete the project.   You had plenty of time, but you waited until the last minute.   Are you finished yet? Time’s up! ‎
      2. a long time;  Record the individual times for the processes in each batch.   Only your best time is compared with the other competitors.   The algorithm runs in O(n2) time. ‎
      3. The judge leniently granted a sentence with no hard time.   He is not living at home because he is doing time. ‎
      4. We had a wonderful time at the party. ‎
      5. Roman times;  the time of the dinosaurs
      6. In my time, we respected our elders. ‎
    3. An instant of time.
      1. Excuse me, have you got the time?   What time is it, do you guess? Ten o’clock?   A computer keeps time using a clock battery. ‎
      2. it’s time for bed;  it’s time to sleep;  we must wait for the right time;  it's time we were going
      3. at what times do the trains arrive?;  these times were erroneously converted between zones ‎
      4. When was the last time we went out? I don’t remember. ‎
      5. see you another time;  that’s three times he’s made the same mistake
      6. Okay, but this is the last time. No more after that! ‎
      7. Last call: it's almost time. ‎
      8. She was within one month of her time.
    4. NC The measurement under some system of region of day or moment.
      1. Let's synchronize our watches so we're not on different time. ‎
    5. NC Ratio of comparison.
      1. your car runs three times faster than mine;  that is four times as heavy as this ‎
    6. (grammar, dated) Tense.
      1. the time of a verb
    7. (music) The measured duration of sounds; measure; tempo; rate of movement; rhythmical division.
      1. common or triple time;   the musician keeps good time. ‎
  • VerbeSGtimesPRtimingPT, PPtimed
    1. To measure or record the time, duration, or rate of.
      1. I used a stopwatch to time myself running around the block.
    2. To choose when something begins or how long it lasts.
      1. The President timed his speech badly, coinciding with the Super Bowl.
      2. The bomb was timed to explode at 9:20 p.m.
    3. OBS To keep or beat time; to proceed or move in time.
      1. OBS To pass time; to delay.
        1. To regulate as to time; to accompany, or agree with, in time of movement.
          1. To measure, as in music or harmony.
          2. Interjection
            1. (tennis) Reminder by the umpire for the players to continue playing after their pause.
            2. Plus d'exemples
              1. Utilisé au milieu de la phrase
                • she took a condo at the beach for the summer ‎; he took a full-page ad in the Times
                • The aerophore will be placed in operation some time during the coming season by the Great Lakes Radio Telephone Company, in conjunction with the wireless telephone.
                • There was no time of day that ever seemed appropriate.
              2. Utilisé au début de la phrase
                • Time magazine says: "Man of Seven Names. This blond, blue-eyed, Bacchic roughneck had seven names before he died as Kamâl Atatürk."[1]
                • Time course analysis until 72 h after treatments showed that nanoencapsulation of atrazine enhanced the herbicidal activity in comparison with a commercial atrazine formulation.
                • Time had taken its toll on the old bridge, and it was no longer sound.
              3. Utilisé dans la fin de la phrase
                • Some people console themselves with the thought that, basically, worse things happen at sea: in middle-class Britain today, particularly familied fortysomethings, it’s Chicken-Licken time.
                • He worked like a superman, to single-handedly complete the project on time.
                • The law of attraction is really obedience. When you think of the things that you want, and you focus on them with all of your intention, the law of attraction will give you what you want, every time.

            Meaning of time for the defined word.

            Grammaticalement, ce mot "time" est un interjection. C'est aussi un nom, plus spécifiquement, un noms dénombrable et un singularia tantum. C'est aussi un verbe.
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                    • Singularia tantum
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                    Liens Connexes:
                    1. en times
                    2. en timely
                    3. en timed
                    4. en time-honored
                    5. en time-honoured
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