times

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kere

İki kere iki dört eder. - Two times two is four.

İki kere yedi on dörttür. - Two times seven is fourteen.

defa

Tom defalarca Boston'da bulundu. - Tom has been to Boston a number of times.

Tom defalarca Boston'da bulundu. - Tom has been to Boston many times.

kez

Otobüs her gün kaç kez çalışır? - How many times does the bus run each day?

Bu ilaçlardan günde üç kez alınmalı. - These medicines should be taken three times a day.

(Bilgisayar) times
(Bilgisayar) defa dene
(Bilgisayar) istatistikler
günler

Sami şu an zor günler geçiriyor. - Sami is going through difficult times right now.

İyi günleri hatırlayalım. - Let's remember the good times.

zaman

Zamanın gerisinde kalmayayım diye her gün gazete okumayı bir alışkanlık haline getirdim. - I make it a rule to read the newspaper every day lest I should fall behind the times.

O zamanlar hiç radyo yoktu. - There were no radios in those times.

kat

Işık dünyanın etrafında bir saniyenin 7.5 katı hızında seyahat eder. - Light travels around the earth seven and a half times a second.

O, benim kazandığımın üç katı kadar çok kazanıyor. - He earns three times as much as I do.

(Bilgisayar) kez dene

Birkaç kez denedi, ancak başarısız oldu. - He tried several times, but failed.

Bunu birkaç kez denedim. - I tried that a couple of times.

şimdiki zaman
devir

Devir kötü. Güçlü olmaya çalış! - Times are tough. Try to be strong!

çarpı

Beş çarpı iki ona eşittir. - Five times two equals ten.

Dört çarpı beş yirmidir. - Four times five is twenty.

çağ

Beni ilk adımla çağırmanı senden kaç kez istemek zorundayım? - How many times do I have to ask you to call me by my first name?

O kale eski antik çağda inşa edilmiştir. - That castle was built in ancient times.

saat tut/ayarla
{e} kere, çarpı: Five times ten equals fifty. Beş kere on elli eder
(Bilgisayar) kere dene
defain
kerek
time
kere

O, bir kerede üç basamak atladı. - He jumped up the steps three at a time.

Tom aynı fıkrayı bana on kereden fazla anlattı. - Tom has told me that same joke more than ten times.

time
vakit

Yarın bu vakitte onunla akşam yemeği yiyor olacak. - He will be having dinner with her at this time tomorrow.

O, yarın bu vakitte Londra'da olacak. - He will be in London at this time tomorrow.

time
defa

Film yıldızı söylediği bütün düşüncesiz şeylerden dolayı hatasını kabul etmekte defalarca zorlandı. - The movie star ate crow many times because of all the thoughtless things she said.

Bu defa hatalı olan benim gibi görünüyor. - This time, it looks like it is me who is wrong.

time
zaman

Ne zaman geri döneceksin? - What time will you be back?

Bazıları yalnızca zaman geçsin diye kitap okurlar. - Some read books just to pass time.

time
süre

Onlar uzun süredir burada yaşıyor. - They have lived here for a long time.

Bu kitabı tercüme etmek için ne kadar süreye ihtiyacı var? - How much time does she need to translate this book?

times in a
defa
times table
kerrat cetveli
times without number
tekrar tekrar
times table
çarpım kestesi
times sign
kez oturum
times.
kez gösterilmiştir
times exhausted
(Bilgisayar) kaynak bitimi
times of old
eski zamanlar
times out of number
(deyim) hafta sekiz gün dokuz
times submitted
(Bilgisayar) zaman bildirildi
times table
çarpım tablosu
times without numbers
sayısız kereler
times without numbers
devamlı olarak
times without numbers
defalarca
time
zamanı göre ayarlamak
time
zamanını/hızını kaydetmek
a few times
birkaç kez
all times
her zaman
at times
bazen, arasıra
at times
zaman zaman

Zaman zaman can sıkıcı baş ağrısı çekti. - At times, he suffered from a painful headache.

Zaman zaman, ona güvenemiyorum. - At times, I can't trust him.

three times
üç kere

Üç kere beş on beş yapar. - Three times five is fifteen.

Tom üç kereden daha fazla tutuklandı. - Tom has been arrested more than three times.

time
ayarlamak
time
{i} aralık
time
{i} tempo
ancient times
ilk çağlar
at all times
daima

Leyla yanında daima o silahı taşıyordu. - Layla carried that gun with her at all times.

behind the times
zamanı geçmiş
behind the times
demode
behind the times
eski kafalı
behind the times
çağın gerisinde
behind the times
köhne
five times
beş katı
five times
beş kere
four times
dört katı

Senin sahip olduğunun dört katı daha fazla CD'lerim var. - I have four times more CDs than you do.

Asya yaklaşık olarak Avrupa'nın dört katı büyüklüktedir. - Asia is roughly four times the size of Europe.

four times
dört kere

Dört kere beş 20'dir. - Four times five is 20.

Dört kere altı kaç yapar? - How much is four times six?

four times
4 katı
how many times
kaç defa
how many times
kaç kez
keep up with the times
çağın gerisinde kalmamak
keep up with the times
zamana uymak
keep up with the times
çağa ayak uydurmak
let the good times roll!
(deyim) en kötü günümüz böyle olsun!
many times
çok kez

Bu bana pek çok kez oldu. - That's happened to me many times.

Daha önce de buraya çok kez geldim. - I've been here many times before.

many times
çok kere
many times
çok defa

Onu pek çok defa uyardım ama o, konuşmayı kesmeyecek. - I warned him many times, but he won't stop talking.

İyi bir yazar metnini pek çok defa yeniden şekillendirip geliştirebilir. - A good writer can reshape and improve his text many times.

march with the times
zamana ayak uydurmak
more times
(Bilgisayar) daha fazla kez
more times
(Bilgisayar) kez daha
most times
ekseriya
most times
çok defa
nine times out of ten
genel olarak
old times
(deyim) eski güzel günler
prehistoric times
tarihöncesi
three times
3 katı
three times a day
günde üç kez
time
dem

Şimdi iyi geceler demenin zamanıdır. - Now it's time to say good night.

Sanırım hoşça kal dememin zamanıdır. - I think it's time for me to say goodbye.

time
devran
time
senkronize etmek
time
çarpı

Öğretmen çocukları, yaramazlık ettiklerinde ya da çarpım tablolarını ezbere okuyamadıklarında döverdi. - The teacher caned the children if they misbehaved or were unable to recite their times tables.

Onu gördüğüm her an kalbim hızlı çarpıyor. - My heart beats fast each time I see her.

time
(Kanun) önel
time
sefer

Her zaman bir sonraki sefer vardır. - There's always a next time.

Bir mıknatıs bir seferde çok sayıda çiviyi toplayabilir ve tutabilir. - A magnet can pick up and hold many nails at a time.

time
vakitli
time
(Kanun) mehil
time
süresini ölçmek
time
posta

Eğer bir süre evden uzak olursam, posta servisini bırakacağım. - If I'm away from home for a period of time, I will stop mail delivery.

Bir dahaki sefere postaneye gittiğinde lütfen bu mektubu postalar mısın? - Please mail this letter the next time you go to the post office.

time
nihayet

Tom nihayet öğle yemeği sırasında buraya geldi. - Tom finally got here around lunch time.

Nihayet bu üç hafta içinde aldığım postayı yanıtlamak için zamanım var. - Finally I have time to reply to the mail I received these three weeks.

time
yol

Hangi yoldan giderseniz gidin, aynı zamanda götürecektir. - Whichever way you take, it'll take you the same time.

Ben bir kez daha hava yoluyla gidersem uçakta beş kez uçmuş olurum. - If I go by air one more time, I'll have flown in an airplane five times.

time
hızını ölçmek
time
usul
time
ahit
time
-in zamanını ölçmek
time
gün

O otobüs günde kaç kez çalışır? - How many times a day does that bus run?

Bu ilaçlardan günde üç kez alınmalı. - These medicines should be taken three times a day.

working times
çalışma süreleri
abreast of the times
hayattan geri kalmayan
abreast of the times
asra beraber
ancient times
eski zamanlar

Petrol eski zamanlardan beri önemli olmuştur. - Petroleum has been important since ancient times.

İnsanlar eski zamanlardan beri kendi yolunu bulmak için göklere baktı. - Humans have looked to the skies to find their way since ancient times.

at times
bazen

Bazen onu anlayamıyorum. - At times I can't understand him.

Hepimiz bazen bir aptal gibi davranırız. - We all make fools of ourselves at times.

behind the times
modası geçmiş
former times
eski günler
former times
geçmiş zaman
four times
in dört katı
many times
birçok kere

Birçok kere İtalya'da bulundum. - I've been to Italy many times.

Birçok kereler derse geç geldiği için öğretmeni onu müdürün odasına gönderdi. - His teacher sent him to the principal's office for being tardy too many times.

modern times
uygar çağ
move with the times
zamana ayak uydurmak
past times
geçmiş zaman
several times
birkaç kere
stirring times
heyecanlı günler
thousand times
bin kere

Zaten ona bunu bin kere söyledim. - I've already told him this a thousand times.

time
müddet

Bir müddet yürüyerek göle geldik. - Having walked for some time, we came to the lake.

time
çağ

Uzun süredir ondan ilk kez bir çağrı aldım. - I had a call from her for the first time in a long time.

Beni ilk adımla çağırmanı senden kaç kez istemek zorundayım? - How many times do I have to ask you to call me by my first name?

time
zamanlamak
time
zamanı -e göre ayarlamak
time
an
time
devir

Devir kötü. Güçlü olmaya çalış! - Times are tough. Try to be strong!

two times
iki kez

Çoğu kişi dişlerini günde en az iki kez fırçalar. - Most people brush their teeth at least two times a day.

İki kez otobüs değiştirmek zorundayım. - I have to change buses two times.

at the best of times
(deyim) En iyi şartlar ya da zamanda bile
at the present times
şimdiki zaman
bunch of times
Defalarca, bir çok kez

I've seen her bunch of times.

catch the frisbee 25 times in a row
frizbiyi 25 kez üst üste yakalamak
covards die many times before their deaths
(Atasözü) Korkunun ecele faydası yok
early times
ilk kez
eight times out of 10
10 da sekiz
four times
-in dört katı
he has at times possessed great power
diye kaç kez büyük bir güç sahip olarak
heaps of times
defalarca
hundreds of times
yüzlerce kez
hundreds of times
yüzlerce defa
hundreds of times
yüzlerce kere
in better times
iyi zamanlarda
in recent times
yakın zamanda
medieval times
ortaçağda
our times
Bizim kez
prehistoric times
Tarih öncesi çağlardan
quater in die (four times a day)
die (günde dört kez de dörtlü)
residence times
kalma zamanı
scheduled times
belirli zamanlarda
seems like old times
eski zamanlardaki gibi
three times a week
haftada üç kez
time
seferde
time
sefere

Bir dahaki sefere beni görmeye geldiğinde, sana kitabı göstereceğim - Next time you come to see me, I will show you the book.

Bir dahaki sefere bunun bedelini ödersin! - Next time you'll pay for it!

tough times
zor zamanlar
train times
tren kez
woman who has given birth 10 times
doğum 10 kez vermiş kadın
time
{f} saat tutmak
time
{f} zamanlama yapmak
time
{f} temposunu belirlemek
time
doğum zamanı
time
vade
time
uygun zaman

Toplantımız için uygun zaman bulabilir misin? - Can you find suitable time for our meeting?

Lütfen senin için en uygun zamanda git. - Please go at the most convenient time for you.

time
süre tutmak
time
{i} zaman,zama
time
saat tut/ayarla
time
zamanlamak, (belirli bir zamana) denk getirmek, rastlatmak, (belirli bir zamana göre) ayarlamak, planlamak: He timed it so that he'd
time
zaman saat Saat / Zaman
time
{f} 1. zamanlamak, (belirli bir zamana) denk getirmek, rastlatmak, (belirli bir zamana göre) ayarlamak, planlamak: He timed it so that he'd
time
{f} kurmak

Bu fabrikayı kurmak, uzun bir zamana ve bir sürü paraya mal oldu. - It took a long time and a lot of money to build this factory.

Duydum ki İngiliz insanlarla arkadaşlık kurmak zaman alıyor. - I hear it takes time to make friends with the English people.

time
uydurmak

Zamana ayak uydurmak için gazeteler okurum. - I read newspapers in order to keep up with the times.

Zamana ayak uydurmak kolay değil. - It's not easy to keep up with the times.

time
{f} tempo tutmak
time
{f} zamanlama yap
time
{i} zaman, vakit: It'll take a long time. Çok zaman ister. It's time for bed. Artık yatma zamanı geldi. Now's exactly the right time! Şimdi tam
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A common name (often in combination) for a newspaper or periodical, especially The Times (published in the United Kingdom), but also The New York Times, The Times of India, Radio Times, etc
A person's experiences or biography

The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter.

plural form of time
Product of the previous number and the following number

One times one is one.

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of time
To multiply

Alex: Yeah - if you're timesing that distance there by this height, it will disappear.

The circumstances of a certain time

Modern times are so very different from the past.

(The) A newspaper, founded by John Walter In 1785 he established The Daily Universal Register, but in 1788 changed the name into The Times, or Daily Universal Register (See Thunderer )
an arithmetic operation that is the inverse of division; the product of two numbers is computed; "the multiplication of four by three gives twelve"; "four times three equals twelve"
Multiplied by: Five times two is ten. to multiply a number
Indicates the time that the class will meet
the circumstances and ideas of the present age; "behind the times"; "in times like these
multiplied by
third-person singular of time
1) multiplied by -- "What is seven times three?" (24) 2) multiple occurrences -- "Hansel ate three times as many sugar drops as Groeta " (110) 3) number of occurrences -- "Meredith had her $2 75 prescription filled six times " (191)
the circumstances and ideas of the present age; "behind the times"; "in times like these"
plural of time
Times Square
A wide intersection in New York City extending from 42nd to 47th Streets where Broadway and Seventh Avenue intersect in Manhattan
times out of mind
plural form of time out of mind
times out of mind
Alternative form of time out of mind
times sign
A multiplication sign
times square
Times Square: An intersection in New York City formed by the juncture of Broadway, Seventh Avenue, and 42nd Street in midtown Manhattan. Long noted as a center of the city's entertainment district, it is the site of annual New Year's Eve celebrations
Times Education Supplement
the TES a weekly British newspaper with articles on education in schools and advertisements for teaching jobs, produced by The Times
Times Higher Education Supplement
the THES a weekly British newspaper with articles on education in universities and other institutions of higher education, as well as advertisements for jobs in these places, produced by The Times
Times Literary Supplement
the TLS a British weekly newspaper which contains articles and information about literature, especially about new books, produced by The Times. Weekly literary journal long famous for its coverage of all aspects of literature. Founded in 1902 as a supplement to The Sunday Times of London, the TLS sets the tone and standards of excellence in the field of literary criticism. It presents reviews of major books of fiction and nonfiction published in several languages, and its essays are written with sophistication and scholarly authority and in a lively style. It is also noted for its bibliographic thoroughness, for its topical essays by the world's leading scholars, and for the erudition of its readers' published letters to the editor. See also The Times
Times Square
An intersection in New York City formed by the juncture of Broadway, Seventh Avenue, and 42nd Street in midtown Manhattan. Long noted as a center of the city's entertainment district, it is the site of annual New Year's Eve celebrations. a large square (=a broad, open area with buildings on all sides) in New York City, close to many theatres. A New Year's Eve celebration is held there every year
times are bad
difficult period, hard period of time
times of no combat
period of time when there is no fighting, period of time when no war is taking place
times of trouble
times of distress, difficult period of time
times sign
The symbol × used to indicate multiplication
times square
the area of Manhattan around the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue; heart of the New York theater district; site of annual celebration of New Year's
times table
a list, used especially by children in school, that shows the results when each number between one and twelve is multiplied by each number between one and twelve
times were changing
new opinions were heard, the approach changed, attitudes changed
CPU times
plural form of CPU time
Christmas times
plural form of Christmas time
a-h conduction times
plural form of a-h conduction time
access times
plural form of access time
at the best of times
At most
at times
occasionally, sometimes

This means, at times, long and perhaps overly discursive discussions of other taxa.

bath times
plural form of bath time
behind the times
Out of date, old-fashioned, obsolete
bleeding times
plural form of bleeding time
cycle times
plural form of cycle time
daylight saving times
plural form of daylight saving time
daylight-savings times
plural form of daylight-savings time
desperate times call for desperate measures
In adverse circumstances actions that might have been rejected under other circumstances may become the best choice
desperate times require desperate measures
Alternative form of desperate times call for desperate measures
dinner times
plural form of dinner time
drive times
plural form of drive time
end times
The days leading up to the second coming of the Messiah (Christ), when the world will be judged
end times
Corresponding periods in other religious traditions

Both Islam and Christianity have a strong eschatology (view of the end times) that comes from their worldview.

for old times' sake
An appeal to the nostalgia of prior experiences to convince someone to do something
for old times' sakes
Alternative form of for old times' sake
good times
plural form of good time

We were having good times and bad times, but persevering.

good times
A period of prosperity or happiness

Let the good times roll!.

hang times
plural form of hang time
harvest times
plural form of harvest time
hydraulic retention times
plural form of hydraulic retention time
let the good times roll
To have fun or live fully; may imply letting things that are going well proceed
press times
plural form of press time
response times
plural form of response time
run times
plural form of run time
sign of the times
A symbol of an era; a zeitgeist
time
To choose how long something lasts

The bomb was timed to explode at 9:20 p.m.

time
A measurement of a quantity in time; a numerical or general indication of a length of progression

The algorithm runs in O(n^2) time.

time
The inevitable progression into the future with the passing of present events into the past

the ebb and flow of time.

time
A particular moment or hour; the appropriate moment or hour for something (especially with prepositional phrase or imperfect subjunctive)

It's time we were going.

time
An instance or occurrence

Okay, but this is the last time. No more after that!.

time
The measurement under some system of region of day or moment

Let's synchronize our watches so we're not on different time.

time
To measure seconds, hours etc passed, especially using a clock of some kind
time
Ratio of comparison

That is four times as heavy as this.

time
A numerical indication of a particular moment

These times were erroneously converted between zones.

time
An era; (with the, sometimes in plural) the current era, the current state of affairs

O the times, O the customs! (Cicero).

time
A person's youth or young adulthood, as opposed to the present day

In my time, we respected our elders.

time
An experience

We had a wonderful time at the party.

time
How much of a day has passed; the moment, as indicated by a clock or similar device

A computer keeps time using a clock battery.

at times
now and then or here and there; "he was arrogant and occasionally callous"; "open areas are only occasionally interrupted by clumps of trees"; "they visit New York on occasion"; "now and again she would take her favorite book from the shelf and read to us"; "as we drove along, the beautiful scenery now and then attracted his attention"
time
{n} the measure, regulate, suit, adapt, fit
The Times
Daily newspaper published in London, one of Britain's oldest and most influential, and one of the world's greatest newspapers. Founded by John I. Walter in 1785 as The Daily Universal Register, it became The Times in 1788, publishing commercial news and notices along with some scandal. By the mid-1800s it had developed into a widely respected national journal and daily historical record. Late in the 19th century its reputation and circulation declined, but it returned to financial security after being bought by Alfred Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Northcliffe (1908), and its preeminence in editorial matters and news coverage was reestablished under the editorship of William Haley (1952-67). In 1981 it was bought by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation
The Times
major daily newspaper published in London (England)
Time
{i} weekly American magazine that covers topics of general interest (world news, politics, current events, etc.)
Time
sith
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sithe
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temps
time
an indefinite period (usually marked by specific attributes or activities); "he waited a long time"; "the time of year for planting"; "he was a great actor is his time"
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power play
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tid
time
the fourth coordinate that is required (along with three spatial dimensions) to specify a physical event
time
The measured duration of sounds; measure; tempo; rate of movement; rhythmical division; as, common or triple time; the musician keeps good time
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quick
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the continuum of experience in which events pass from the future through the present to the past a person's experience on a particular occasion; "he had a time holding back the tears"; "they had a good time together"
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Differences in time zones and in working hours introduces obstacles in distributed collaboration Participants have to use a combination of synchronous and asynchronous tools when dealing with time differences
time
A particular occasion
time
a nonspatial continuum that is measured in terms of events which succeed one another from past through present to future
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If you time an action or activity, you measure how long someone takes to do it or how long it lasts. He timed each performance with a stop-watch. see also timing
time
The hour of the day reckoned by the position of a celestial reference point relative to a reference celestial meridian Time may be designated solar, lunar , or sidereal as the reference is the sun, moon, or vernal equinox, respectively Solar time may be further classified as mean or astronomical if the mean sun is the reference, or as apparent if the apparent sun is the reference Time may also be designated according to the reference meridian, either the local or Greenwich meridian or, additionally, in the case of mean solar time, a designated zone meridian Standard and daylight saving time are variations of zone time Time may also be designated according to the timepiece, as chronometer time or watch time , the time indicated by these instruments
time
If you say that something has been happening for a time, you mean that it has been happening for a fairly long period of time. He stayed for quite a time After a time they came to a pond
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ti
time
If you do something such as work in your own time in British English, or on your own time in American English, you do it in your free time rather than, for example, at work or school. If I choose to work on other projects in my own time, then I say that is my business
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{i} system used to place one event in relation to another (such as past vs. present, yesterday vs. today); period, era; hour; rate
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When you talk about how well a watch or clock keeps time, you are talking about how accurately it measures time. Some pulsars keep time better than the earth's most accurate clocks
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emphasis If you say it is about time that something was done, you are saying in an emphatic way that it should happen or be done now, and really should have happened or been done sooner. It's about time a few movie makers with original ideas were given a chance
time
the fourth dimension of spacetime that allows events to occur linearly as humans recognize them, presumably in the direction of increased entropy
time
Hour of travail, delivery, or parturition
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If you are playing, singing, or dancing in time with a piece of music, you are following the rhythm and speed of the music correctly. If you are out of time with it, you are not following the rhythm and speed of the music correctly. Her body swayed in time with the music We were standing onstage playing completely out of time
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If something could happen at any time, it is possible that it will happen very soon, though nobody can predict exactly when. Conditions are still very tense and the fighting could escalate at any time
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A value representing an absolute or relative moment in time
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Time of water-level measurement, in hours and minutes (24-hour clock)
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meter, as in "3/4 time "
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The present life; existence in this world as contrasted with immortal life; definite, as contrasted with infinite, duration
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If you say that something happens or is the case nine times out of ten or ninety-nine times out of a hundred, you mean that it happens on nearly every occasion or is almost always the case. When they want something, nine times out of ten they get it
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The amount of time consumers spent reading or looking at their newspaper both on weekdays and Sundays One of three elements comprising the Reader Behavior Score, along with frequency and completeness
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The time when something happens is the point in the day when it happens or is supposed to happen. Departure times are 08: 15 from St Quay, and 18: 15 from St Helier. see also opening time
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If a child can tell the time, they are able to find out what the time is by looking at a clock or watch. My four-year-old daughter cannot quite tell the time
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time and again: see again in the fullness of time: see fullness. Time magazine a US weekly news magazine which is sold in the US and is also available in many countries around the world. Major U.S. weekly newsmagazine, published in New York City. It was founded in 1923 by Henry R. Luce (as business manager) and Briton Hadden (as editor). It became the most influential newsmagazine in the U.S., with a format of short articles arranged in subject "departments," which became the standard for later general newsmagazines. After Hadden's death in 1929, Luce was long the magazine's guiding force, and it reflected his moderately conservative political viewpoint. By the 1970s it had assumed a more neutral, centrist stance in its reportage. In addition to the U.S. circulation, editions are published in Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific. Measured or measurable period. More broadly, it is a continuum that lacks spatial dimensions. Philosophers have sought an understanding of time by focusing on the broad questions of the relation between time and the physical world and the relation between time and consciousness. Those who adopt an absolutist theory of time regard it as a kind of container within which the universe exists and change takes place, and believe that its existence and properties are independent of the physical universe. According to the rival relationist theory, time is nothing over and above change in the physical universe. Largely because of Albert Einstein, it is now held that time cannot be treated in isolation from space (see space-time). Some argue that Einstein's theories of relativity vindicate relationist theories, others that they vindicate the absolutist theory. The primary issue concerning the relation between time and consciousness is the extent, if any, to which time or aspects of time depend on the existence of conscious beings. Events in time are normally thought of in terms of notions of past, present, and future, which some philosophers treat as mind-dependent; others believe that time is independent of perception and hold that past, present, and future are objective features of the world. See also geologic time, Greenwich Mean Time, standard time, Universal Time. daylight saving time Dream Time geologic time Greenwich Mean Time just in time manufacturing Precambrian time space time standard time time dilation Time Warner Inc. time and motion study Troubles Time of Universal Time Financial Times Los Angeles Times New York Times The Times Literary Supplement Times The
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measure the time or duration of an event or action or the person who performs an action in a certain period of time; "he clocked the runners"
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Performance or occurrence of an action or event, considered with reference to repetition; addition of a number to itself; repetition; as, to double cloth four times; four times four, or sixteen
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To appoint the time for; to bring, begin, or perform at the proper season or time; as, he timed his appearance rightly
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The time of day; the moment in time, as indicated by a clock or similar device
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If you play for time, you try to make something happen more slowly, because you do not want it to happen or because you need time to think about what to do if it happens. The president's decision is being seen as an attempt to play for time
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The serving of a prison sentence
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{f} set a time, determine a time
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a suitable moment; "it is time to go"
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adjust so that a force is applied an an action occurs at the desired time; "The good player times his swing so as to hit the ball squarely"
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To ascertain or record the time, duration, or rate of; as, to time the speed of horses, or hours for workmen
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Duration, considered independently of any system of measurement or any employment of terms which designate limited portions thereof
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If you are marking time, you are doing something that is not particularly useful or interesting while you wait for something more important or interesting to happen. He's really just marking time until he's old enough to leave
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Your time is the amount of time that you have to live, or to do a particular thing. Now Martin has begun to suffer the effects of AIDS, and he says his time is running out
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The time of a piece of music is the number of beats that the piece has in each bar. A reel is in four-four time, and a jig is in six-eight time
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If you tell someone that something will happen in good time or all in good time, you are telling them to be patient because it will happen eventually. There will be many advanced exercises that you won't be able to do at first. You will get to them in good time
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If you make time for a particular activity or person, you arrange to have some free time so that you can do the activity or spend time with the person. Before leaving the city, be sure to make time for a shopping trip
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Blake means Time as a religious and philosophical sense, as well as just the "time of day" He means Time, with a beginning and an end, as compared to Eternity, which is endless The sunflower is tired of following the sun day after day: it is also tired of Time itself
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The Time protocol is used to allow computers to find the time of day which another computer believes it to be It is sent in binary form, rather than the human-readable format of the similar Daytime protocol This is often useful when computers are located in different time zones around the world Not as accurate as NTP See also: Daytime, NTP
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An element of dance, relating to the rhythmic aspects of dance Drama
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If you do something ahead of time, you do it before a particular event or before you need to, in order to be well prepared. Find out ahead of time what regulations apply to your situation
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If you take your time doing something, you do it quite slowly and do not hurry. `Take your time,' Cross told him. `I'm in no hurry.'
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Displays the current time (also found as the final point on the vs T plot) The current time affects the forcing at the boundaries
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If something happens in no time or in next to no time, it happens almost immediately or very quickly. He expects to be out of prison in next to no time
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the continuum of experience in which events pass from the future through the present to the past
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A quantity of availability in time
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17. Someone's time in a race is the amount of time it takes them to finish the race. He was over a second faster than his previous best time
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When you describe the time that you had on a particular occasion or during a particular part of your life, you are describing the sort of experience that you had then. Sarah and I had a great time while the kids were away She's had a really tough time the last year and a half
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If you say there is no time to lose or no time to be lost, you mean you must hurry as fast as you can to do something. He rushed home, realising there was no time to lose
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set the speed, duration, or execution of; "we time the process to manufacture our cars very precisely
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emphasis If you say not before time after a statement has been made about something that has been done, you are saying in an emphatic way that you think it should have been done sooner. The virus is getting more and more attention, and not before time
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A concept which organizes movement; it encompasses tempo, rhythm, and duration
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If something is the case or will happen for the time being, it is the case or will happen now, but only until something else becomes possible or happens. For the time being, however, immunotherapy is still in its experimental stages
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Time is what we measure in minutes, hours, days, and years. a two-week period of time Time passed, and still Ma did not appear The social significance of religion has changed over time
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emphasis If you say that it is high time that something happened or was done, you are saying in an emphatic way that it should happen or be done now, and really should have happened or been done sooner. It is high time the Government displayed a more humanitarian approach towards victims of the recession
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You use time after numbers to say how often something happens. It was her job to make tea three times a day
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The number of beats per measure and the type of notes that receive a beat i e 4/4 time = four beats per measure; 3/4 time = three beats per measure
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time a simple command or give resource usage
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If you call time on something, you end it. Scott Hastings has called time on his international career by cutting short his contract
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If you say that you made good time on a journey, you mean it did not take you very long compared to the length of time you expected it to take. They had left early in the morning, on quiet roads, and made good time
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If you waste no time in doing something, you take the opportunity to do it immediately or quickly. Tom wasted no time in telling me why he had come
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If you say that it is only a matter of time or only a question of time before something happens, you mean that it cannot be avoided and will definitely happen at some future date. It now seems only a matter of time before they resign
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If you say that time flies, you mean that it seems to pass very quickly. Time flies when you're having fun
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If you say that you have no time for a person or thing, you mean you do not like them or approve of them, and if you say that you have a lot of time for a person or thing, you mean you like them or approve of them very much. When I think of what he's done to my mother and me, I've just got no time for him
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You use times in arithmetic to link numbers or amounts that are multiplied together to reach a total. Four times six is
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assign a time for an activity or event; "The candidate carefully timed his appearance at the disaster scene"
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If someone is making up for lost time, they are doing something actively and with enthusiasm because they have not had the opportunity to do it before or when they were younger. Five years older than the majority of officers of his same rank, he was determined to make up for lost time
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When you refer to our time or our times you are referring to the present period in the history of the world. It would be wrong to say that the Church doesn't enter the great moral debates of our time
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If you say that something will happen, for example, in a week 's time or in two years ' time, you mean that it will happen a week from now or two years from now. Presidential elections are due to be held in ten days' time
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You use time or times to talk about a particular period in history or in your life. We'll be alone together, quite like old times We are in one of the most severe recessions in modern times
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Measurable period in which cause and effect occurs and systems function
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The call made when the time limit is reached in a timed gamed
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To regulate as to time; to accompany, or agree with, in time of movement
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the time as given by a clock; "do you know what time it is?"; "the time is 10 o'clock"
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If something happens or is done all the time, it happens or is done continually. We can't be together all the time = continually
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If two or more things exist, happen, or are true at the same time, they exist, happen, or are true together although they seem to contradict each other. I was afraid of her, but at the same time I really liked her
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You use times after numbers when comparing one thing to another and saying, for example, how much bigger, smaller, better, or worse it is. Its profits are rising four times faster than the average company an area five times the size of Britain
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If someone is ahead of their time or before their time, they have new ideas a long time before other people start to think in the same way. My mother was ahead of her time. She surrounded me with culture and art
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regulate or set the time of; "time the clock"
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You say at a time after an amount to say how many things or how much of something is involved in one action, place, or group. Beat in the eggs, one at a time
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rhythm as given by division into parts of equal time
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If you say that time will tell whether something is true or correct, you mean that it will not be known until some time in the future whether it is true or correct. Only time will tell whether Broughton's optimism is justified
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If you are in time for a particular event, you are not too late for it. I arrived just in time for my flight to London
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(1) A request by a player to suspend play while he decides what he's going to do Simply, "Time please!" If a player doesn't request time and there is a substantial amount of action behind him, the dealer may rule that the player has folded (2) An amount of money collected either on the button or every half hour by the cardroom This is another way for the house to make its money (see "rake")
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an instance or single occasion for some event; "this time he succeeded"; "he called four times"; "he could do ten at a clip"
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When you talk about a time when something happens, you are referring to a specific occasion when it happens. Every time she travels on the bus it's delayed by at least three hours The last time I saw her was about sixteen years ago
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If you say it is time for something, time to do something, or time you did something, you mean that this thing ought to happen or be done now. Opinion polls indicated a feeling among the public that it was time for a change It was time for him to go to work This was no time to make a speech
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If you do something from time to time, you do it occasionally but not regularly. Her daughters visited him from time to time when he was ill
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You use time to ask or talk about a specific point in the day, which can be stated in hours and minutes and is shown on clocks. `What time is it?' --- `Eight o'clock.' He asked me the time What time did he leave? The time is now 19 minutes past the hour
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You use time to refer to a period of time or a point in time, when you are describing what is happening then. For example, if something happened at a particular time, that is when it happened. If it happens at all times, it always happens. We were in the same college, which was male-only at that time By this time he was thirty It was a time of terrible uncertainty Homes are more affordable than at any time in the past five years It seemed like a good time to tell her
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the period of time a prisoner is imprisoned; "he served a prison term of 15 months"; "his sentence was 5 to 10 years"; "he is doing time in the county jail"
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If someone has reached a particular stage in life before their time, they have reached it at a younger age than is normal. The small print has forced me, years before my time, to buy spectacles
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If you keep time when playing or singing music, you follow or play the beat, without going too fast or too slowly. As he sang he kept time on a small drum
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The duration of one's life; the hours and days which a person has at his disposal
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If you say that something was before your time, you mean that it happened or existed before you were born or before you were able to know about it or remember it. `You've never seen the Marilyn Monroe film?' --- `No, I think it was a bit before my time.'
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You use at times to say that something happens or is true on some occasions or at some moments. The debate was highly emotional at times
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A numerical indication of a particular moment in time
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a person's experience on a particular occasion; "he had a time holding back the tears"; "they had a good time together"
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If you say that something will happen in time or given time, you mean that it will happen eventually, when a lot of time has passed. He would sort out his own problems, in time Tina believed that, given time, her business would become profitable
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emphasis You say at the best of times when you are making a negative or critical comment to emphasize that it is true even when the circumstances are as favourable as possible. A trade war would be bad at the best of times, but in the current economic climate, it would be a disaster
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At the same time is used to introduce a statement that slightly changes or contradicts the previous statement. I don't think I set out to come up with a different sound for each album. At the same time, I do have a sense of what is right for the moment
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The measurement under some system of the time of day or moment in time
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Tense
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To pass time; to delay
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set the speed, duration, or execution of; "we time the process to manufacture our cars very precisely"
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If you say that someone or something is, for example, the best writer of all time, or the most successful film of all time, you mean that they are the best or most successful that there has ever been. `Monopoly' is one of the best-selling games of all time
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A particular period or part of duration, whether past, present, or future; a point or portion of duration; as, the time was, or has been; the time is, or will be
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If you have the time of your life, you enjoy yourself very much indeed. We're taking our little grandchild away with us. We'll make sure he has the time of his life
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You can use the times to refer to the present time and to modern fashions, tastes, and developments. For example, if you say that someone keeps up with the times, you mean they are fashionable or aware of modern developments. If you say they are behind the times, you mean they are unfashionable or not aware of them. This approach is now seriously out of step with the times Johnny has changed his image to fit the times
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You use time to refer to the system of expressing time and counting hours that is used in a particular part of the world. The incident happened just after ten o'clock local time
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If you say that something will take time, you mean that it will take a long time. Change will come, but it will take time
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If you are on time, you are not late. Don't worry, she'll be on time
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If you say that something is the case half the time you mean that it often is the case. Half the time, I don't have the slightest idea what he's talking about
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If you time something for a particular time, you plan or decide to do it or cause it to happen at this time. He timed the election to coincide with new measures to boost the economy We had timed our visit for March 7 He had timed his intervention well Operation Amazon is timed to coincide with the start of the dry season
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To keep or beat time; to proceed or move in time
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measurement of how long it takes events to happen -- "Time is measured in years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, and seconds " (224)
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You use time to refer to the period that you spend doing something or when something has been happening. Adam spent a lot of time in his grandfather's office He wouldn't have the time or money to take care of me Listen to me, I haven't got much time The route was blocked for some time For a long time I didn't tell anyone A short time later they sat down to eat
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Display according to modification time Sort from most recent time to oldest time
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If you arrive somewhere in good time, you arrive early so that there is time to spare before a particular event. If we're out, we always make sure we're home in good time for the programme
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If you do something in your own time, you do it at the speed that you choose, rather than allowing anyone to hurry you. Now, in your own time, tell me what happened
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If you say that something was the case at one time, you mean that it was the case during a particular period in the past. At one time 400 men, women and children lived in the village
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Hour of the day on a 24 hour clock Midnight is 2400 6: 00 PM is 1800 6: 00 AM is 0600
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one of the sides of the Universe's hologram, which makes it possible for the Universe and its parts to evolve - to be in different states and change these states in a certain sequence The other side of the Universe's hologram is space Time is of dissimilar character and can form zones of compression and stretching
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A proper time; a season; an opportunity
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All fencing actions occur in time A "period of fencing time" is the time it takes to make one simple fencing action It is a relative and not an absolute value
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If you do something to pass the time you do it because you have some time available and not because you really want to do it. Without particular interest and just to pass the time, I read a story
التركية - الإنجليزية
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    التركية النطق

    taymz

    النطق

    /ˈtīmz/ /ˈtaɪmz/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'tIm ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tIma; akin to Old Norse tImi time, Old English tId; more at TIDE.

    فيديوهات

    ... as if it's on a presence in our heads at all times is simply about ...
    ... Five times in the last 500 million years, ...

    كلمة اليوم

    pike
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