- અવધિ ⇄ time gujarati
- આયુષ્ય ⇄ time gujarati
- આવરદા ⇄ time gujarati
- ઉમેદવારી ⇄ time gujarati
- ઐતિહા સિક કાળખંડ – ય ુગ ⇄ time gujarati
- કામ કર્યાનો સમય ⇄ time gujarati
- કાળ (એક પરિમાણ ગણાતો) ⇄ time gujarati
- કાળખંડ ⇄ time gujarati
- કેદની સજા ⇄ time gujarati
- ચાલુ પ્રસ્તુત જમાનો ⇄ time gujarati
- નક્કી કરેલો સમય(નો ગાળો) મોસમ ⇄ time gujarati
- નવરાશ ⇄ time gujarati
- નિયત સમય ⇄ time gujarati
- પ્રસંગ ⇄ time gujarati
- વખત ⇄ time gujarati
- વર્તમા ન પરિસ્થિતિ ⇄ time gujarati
- સમય ⇄ time gujarati
- સમયનો ગ ાળો ⇄ time gujarati
time in Marathi मराठी
- अवधि ⇄ time marathi
- अवधी ⇄ time marathi
- कार्यकाल ⇄ time marathi
- काल ⇄ time marathi
- कालपरवा ⇄ time marathi
- कालवाचक ⇄ Time marathi
- काळ ⇄ time marathi
- खेप ⇄ time marathi
- गौण बातमी ⇄ time marathi
- पाळी ⇄ time marathi
- प्रसंग ⇄ time marathi
- वर्ग:काळ ⇄ time marathi
- वेळ ⇄ time marathi
- वेळ ठरवणे ⇄ time marathi
- वेळ मोजणे ⇄ time marathi
- वेळा ⇄ time marathi
- समय ⇄ time marathi
time in Telugu తెలుగు
time in English
- time ⇄ adj. 1. of or having to do with time.
2. provided with a clocklike mechanism.
Ex. a time lock.
3. having to do with purchases to be paid for at a future date or dates.
4. (Commerce.) payable at a specified future date or at a cenglish
- time ⇄ expr. about time, at or near the proper time.
Ex. It's about time to go home. It's about time you came!english
- time ⇄ expr. against time, so as to finish before a certain time.
Ex. We are in a race against time in our efforts to rescue the trapped men. ... A man who ... was often ... compelled to write against time for his living (Algernon Charles Swinburne).english
- time ⇄ expr. at a time, at one time; simultaneously.
Ex. ... an utter aversion to speaking to more than one man at a time (Spectator).english
- time ⇄ expr. at the same time,
a. at one time; not before or after.
Ex. In two of Shakespeare's tragedies are introduced, at the same time, instances of counterfeit madness and of real [madness] (London Mirror).
b. while saying this; howeverenglish
- time ⇄ expr. at times, now and then; once in a while.
Ex. Most people have, at times, wished to have power.english
- time ⇄ expr. behind the times, old-fashioned; out-of-date.
Ex. A newspaper cannot afford to be behind the times.english
- time ⇄ expr. bide one's time, to wait for a good chance.
Ex. a bitter heart that bides its time (Robert Browning).english
- time ⇄ expr. buy time, to gain time, as by stalling or postponing; put off or delay a course of action.
Ex. The Africans ... are not here to buy time while their governments operate behind the scenes, the way Western diplomats are (New Yorker).english
- time ⇄ expr. do (or serve) time, (Informal.) to be imprisoned as a criminal.
Ex. a man doing time for bank robbery.english
- time ⇄ expr. fill in the time, to occupy oneself during a period of inaction.
Ex. He filled in the time of waiting by reading a magazine.english
- time ⇄ expr. for the time being, for the present; for now.
Ex. The baby is asleep for the time being. The member for Nuneaton undertakes to stay in Parliament for the time being (Manchester Guardian Weekly).english
- time ⇄ expr. from time to time, now and then; once in a while.
Ex. From time to time we visit my uncle's farm. Statesmen are bound to make mistakes from time to time (Manchester Guardian Weekly).english
- time ⇄ expr. have the time of one's life, to enjoy oneself to the utmost.
Ex. You could tell by his voice that he was having the time of his life out there (New York Times).english
- time ⇄ expr. in good time,
a. at the right time.
Ex. Every true-hearted follower shall, in good time, arrive at the desired goal (James Gilmour).
b. soon; quickly.
Ex. My aunt wants to be back in good time (Punch).english
- time ⇄ expr. in no time, shortly; before long.
Ex. We hurried and reached the boys in no time.english
- time ⇄ expr. in time,
a. after a while.
Ex. I think that in time we may win.
b. soon enough.
Ex. Will the groceries arrive in time to cook for supper? [He] ... returned ... in time to assume the custody of the seal in September 1238 (Eenglish
- time ⇄ expr. keep time,
a. to go correctly.
Ex. My watch keeps good time.
b. to measure or record time or the rate of speed.
Ex. He kept time at the race with his stop watch.
c. to sound or move at the right rate.
- time ⇄ expr. kill time, (Informal.) to spend time so as to bring it to an end, as in activities of merely passing interest or entertainment.
Ex. He did not want to stay and filled in the puzzle ""only to kill time"" (New York Times).english
- time ⇄ expr. make time, to go with speed.
Ex. We'll have to make time to catch that early train.english
- time ⇄ expr. mark time,
a. to move the feet as in marching, but without advancing.
Ex. The soldiers marked time until the sergeant gave the order to march.
b. (Figurative.) to suspend progress temporarily.
Ex. Others plan on marking tienglish
- time ⇄ expr. on time,
a. at the right time; not late.
Ex. my endeavors to get the family out of the house and into our pew on time (Scribner's Magazine).
b. with time in which to pay; on credit.
Ex. Like all young marrieds starting froenglish
- time ⇄ expr. once upon a time, long ago; once.
Ex. Once upon a time there were gods only, and no mortal creatures (Benjamin Jowett).english
- time ⇄ expr. out of time, after the prescribed period has elapsed; too late.
Ex. Counsel for the respondent took a preliminary objection that the appeal was out of time (Law Times).english
- time ⇄ expr. pass the time away, to occupy oneself during the day.
Ex. She passed the time away by knitting.english
- time ⇄ expr. take one's time, to be in no hurry; proceed slowly; dally.
Ex. [He] does this in his last paragraph, I know, but he certainly takes his time getting there (New Yorker).english
- time ⇄ expr. take time by the forelock, to plan ahead; do things in plenty of time; anticipate.
Ex. We must take time by the forelock; for when it is once past, there is no recalling it (Jonathan Swift).english
- time ⇄ expr. tell time, (U.S.) to read the clock; know what time it is by the clock.
Ex. to teach a child to tell time.english
- time ⇄ expr. time after time or time and again, again and again.
Ex. Time after time we have warned you. The importance of the vote in helping Negroes gain equality has been shown time and again in recent years (New York Times).english
- time ⇄ expr. time of life, age.
Ex. a foolish thing to do at his time of life.english
- time ⇄ expr. time out of mind, beyond memory or record.
Ex. The barber's shop in a country town has been, time out of mind, the grand office of intelligence (Richard Graves).english
- time ⇄ expr. time was, there was a time; at one time; once.
Ex. Time was when we had a national style (John T. Micklethwaite).english
- time ⇄ expr. times, multiplied by.
Ex. Four times three is twelve. Twenty is five times as much as four.english
- time ⇄ noun 1. all the days there have been or ever will be; the past, present, and future. Time is measured in years, months, days, hours, minutes, and seconds.
Ex. ... a rose-red city half as old as time (John William Burgon). Time present and time pastenglish
- time ⇄ quadruple measure ortime
1. a musical measure of four beats with an accent on the first and third.
2. this rhythm.english
- time ⇄ time, noun, verb, timed,timing,adjective. english
- time ⇄ v.i. to keep time; sound or move in unison or harmony.
Ex. Timing to their stormy sounds, his stormy lays are sung (John Greenleaf Whittier). Beat, happy stars, timing with things below (Tennyson).english
- time ⇄ v.t. 1. to measure the time of.
Ex. to time a worker on a new job. He timed the horse for each half mile.
2. to fix, set, or regulate the length of in time.
Ex. to time an exposure correctly.
3. to set, regulate, or adjust. english