time

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Перевод:

Noun: время времена раз момент
Verb: показывать время назначать время приурочивать удачно выбирать время

Фразы:

it is simply a matter of time - это просто вопрос времени

to buy time - оттянуть время

to break into smb.'s time - отнять у кого-л. время

time-signal broadcasting station - радиостанция службы времени

by the time (that) - к тому времени (как)

to serve time in a camp - отбывать срок в лагере

to clap in time with the music - хлопать в такт музыке

comparison in time - сравнение во времени

a complete period of time - законченный промежуток времени

a considerable amount of time - немало времени

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Примеры:

Time heals. - Время лечит.

Your time is up. - Ваше время истекло.

Time sped by. - Время быстро пронеслось.

You are right on time. - Вы как раз вовремя.

Time glides on. - Время бежит.

The journey time to London is approximately four hours. - Дорога до Лондона занимает около четырёх часов.

"If we leave now, we won't make it back in time." "That's a good point." - — Если мы выйдем прямо сейчас, то не успеем вернуться вовремя. — Верно подмечено.

What time is it now? - Сколько сейчас времени?

I know it's time. - Знаю, что пора.

This time suits me. - Это время мне подходит /меня устраивает/.

It is time to act. - Пора действовать.

We had a super time. - Мы отлично провели время.

Time for bed, girls! - Девочки, пора спать!

I have no time to spare. - У меня нет свободного времени. / Времени у меня в обрез.

Times were hard. - Тяжёлые были времена.

It's about time to go. - Уже пора идти.

stories that begin with the familiar line "once upon a time there was a beautiful maiden" - истории, которые начинаются с привычных строк "жила-была когда-то девица-красавица"

May I ask the time? - Могу я спросить, сколько времени? / Можно узнать, который час?

The job asks time. - Эта работа требует времени.

Time is ripe for... - Пришло время...

It's time to push off. - Пора начинать.

Time is a great healer. - Время — лучший лекарь.

Memorize it a bit at a time. - Запоминайте это понемножку.

I got you that time! - Тогда ты мне и попался! / В тот раз я тебе задал жару!

Time forbids to do it. - Время не позволяет этого сделать.

We had a fab time. - Мы сказочно /потрясающе/ провели время. / Было просто потрясно.

Jesus' time on earth - земная жизнь Иисуса

It's time to cruise. - Пора смываться.

The time simply flew. - Время просто неслось.

British Summer Time - Британское летнее время

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Связанные термины:

do time: to serve a prison term

in time: If you are in time for a particular event, you are not too late for it.

me-time: the time a person has to himself or herself, in which to do something for his or her own enjoyment

on time: If you are on time, you are not late.

time on: an additional period played at the end of a match, to compensate for time lost through injury or (in certain circumstances ) to allow the teams to achieve a conclusive result

air time: The airtime that something gets is the amount of time taken up with broadcasts about it.

all-time: You use all-time when you are comparing all the things of a particular type that there have ever been. For example, if you say that something is the all-time best, you mean that it is the best thing of its type that there has ever been.

beat time: If you beat time to a piece of music, you move your hand or foot up and down in time with the music. A conductor beats time to show the choir or orchestra how fast they should sing or play the music.

big time: You can use big time to refer to the highest level of an activity or sport where you can achieve the greatest amount of success or importance . If you describe a person as big time, you mean they are successful and important .

boom time: a period in which there is a surge of prosperity for a person, place, or industry

buy time: → gain time (sense 2 ) (attime )

call time: to suspend play temporarily

comp time: paid time off from work, given to an employee in lieu of overtime pay

core time: a system permitting flexibility of working hours at the beginning or end of the day, provided an agreed period of each day ( core time ) is spent at work

cut time: → alla breve

dead time: the interval of time immediately following a stimulus, during which an electrical device, component, etc, is insensitive to a further stimulus

face time: Face-time is time that you spend talking directly to someone, rather than talking by phone or email.

fast time: → daylight saving time

full time: Full-time work or study involves working or studying for the whole of each normal working week rather than for part of it.

gain time: If you do something in order to gain time, you do it in order to give yourself enough time to think of an excuse or a way out of a difficult situation.

good-time: (of a person) wildly seeking pleasure

half-time: Half-time is the short period of time between the two parts of a sporting event such as a football, rugby, or basketball game, when the players have a short rest.

hang time: the amount of time that a person or object is able to remain in the air

hard time: You use time or times to talk about a particular period in history or in your life.

high time: the latest possible time; a time that is almost too late

home time: time to go home

idle time: time during which a machine or a worker could be working but is not, as when one job has been completed and tooling or materials for the next are not complete or available

keep time: to observe correctly the accent or rhythmic pulse of a piece of music in relation to tempo

kill-time: an occupation that passes the time

lead time: Lead time is the time between the original design or idea for a particular product and its actual production.

long-time: You use long-time to describe something that has existed or been a particular thing for a long time.

lose time: (of a timepiece ) to operate too slowly

make time: to find an opportunity

mark time: to not do anything new or decisive, because you are waiting to see how a situation will develop

mean time: the time, at a particular place, measured in terms of the passage of the mean sun ; the timescale is not precisely constant

more time: You use time to refer to the period that you spend doing something or when something has been happening .

old-time: If you describe something as old-time, you mean that it was common or popular in the past but is not common or popular now .

one-time: One-time is used to describe something such as a job, position, or role which someone used to have, or something which happened in the past.

part-time: If someone is a part-time worker or has a part-time job, they work for only part of each day or week .

peak time: Programmes which are broadcast at peak time are broadcast when the greatest number of people are watching television or listening to the radio.

post time: the scheduled starting time of a horse race

real time: If something is done in real time, there is no noticeable delay between the action and its effect or consequence.

run time: Run time is the time during which a computer program is running .

slow time: a slow marching pace, usually 65 or 75 paces to the minute : used esp in funeral ceremonies

stop time: a passage where the beat stops temporarily

talk time: a prepaid amount of minutes or hours on a mobile phone bill agreement, etc

ticking time bomb: If you describe something as a time bomb, you mean that it is likely to have a serious effect on a person or situation at a later date, especially if you think it will cause a lot of damage.

time code: (on video or audio tape ) a separate track on which time references are continually recorded in digital form as an aid to editing

time fuse: a fuse designed to burn for a given time, esp to explode a bomb

time-lag: A time lag is a fairly long interval of time between one event and another related event that happens after it.

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Однокоренные слова:

mistime - неправильно рассчитать время, неподходящее время
overtime - сверхурочный, сверхурочно, передержать
timeless - вневременный, вечный, несвоевременный
timely - своевременный, своевременно
timer - таймер, часы, хронометр, трамблер, хронометрист, регулятор выдержки времени
timing - синхронизация, расчет времени, расписание, синхронность, распределение
undertime - неполный рабочий день, ограничение во времени
timed - приурочить, показывать время, приурочивать, назначать время, танцевать в такт
retime - изменять настройку, перенастраивать, контрольный хронометраж
timeous - перерыв, пауза, блокировка по времени

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