in good time

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vaktinde
önceden belirlenen zamanda
erkenden
erken
çabuk
tam zamanında

Tom masasını temizlemek için tam zamanında ofise gitmek istedi. - Bill wanted to get to the office in good time to clean his desk.

Taksi tam zamanında geldi. - The taxi arrived in good time.

süresi gelince
biraz erken
in time
zamanla

Zorluk zamanlarında bize yardımcı olur. - It helps us in times of difficulty.

Bir yenilik zamanla yok olur. - A novelty wears off in time.

in time
zamanında

Bir trafik sıkışıklığı yakalanmazsak, sanırım zamanında orada olacağız. - I think we'll get there in time if we don't get caught in a traffic jam.

Trafik sıkışıklığına yakalanmazsak, sanırım onu zamanında yapacağız. - I think we'll make it in time if we don't get stuck in a traffic jam.

in time
sırası gelince
in time
bir süre sonra
in time
vaktinde

Bu sabah okula vaktinde gidemedim. - I wasn't in time for school this morning.

Tom akşam yemeği için eve tam vaktinde gelir. - Tom usually arrives home just in time for dinner.

in time
zamanında yetişmek

Ben ilk otobüse zamanında yetişmek için aceleyle kahvaltı yaptım. - I had breakfast in haste in order to be in time for the first bus.

Trene zamanında yetişmek için elinden geleni yaptı. - He did his best to be in time for the train.

in time
zaman içerisinde

Sorunu büyümeden halletmeyi zaman içerisinde öğreneceksiniz. - You'll learn in time that a stitch in time saves nine.

in time
nihayet
in time
vakitli
in time
uygun zamanda
in time
uygun tempoda
in time
erken

Evden biraz daha erken çıksaydın, zamanında olurdun. - If you had left home a little earlier you would have been in time.

Erken kalk ve zamanında ol. - Get up early, and you'll be in time.

at the right time
zamanında
in time
1. vaktinde, zamanında (yetişmek/yetiştirmek): Can you finish this in time? Bunu vaktinde yetiştirebilir misiniz? We can't get there in time
English - English
Before an appointed time

A taxicab took me round in good time for my appointment.

At a suitable time

Reagan: And in good time you gave it.

at the right time
in time
Sufficiently early (for something)

You've got here in time for tea — I was just making some.

in time
In the correct tempo (for a piece of music)
in time
As time passes

In time, it got easier to deal with her death.

in time
At or before the time assigned

If I don't leave now, I won't get to work in time.

in time
1. Soon enough. We got to Washington in time for the cherry blossoms. We got to the station just in time to catch the bus. John liked to get to work in good time and talk. to the man who worked on his machine before him. 2. In the end; after a while; finally. Fred and Jim did not like each other at first, but in time they became friends. 3. In the right rhythm; in step. The marchers kept in time with the band. Johnny didn't play his piano piece in time
in time
without being tardy; "we made it to the party in time
in time
Being associated in the 'now' on you time line
in time
when a stop-hit arrives at least one fencing time before the original attack
in time
At least one fencing time before the opposing action, especially with regards to a stop-hit
in time
A state in which the individual perceives the passage of time as continuous in the present, where the future has limited importance, and the past is no longer relevant Often manifested in Arab cultures, where fixed time appointments have little meaning, and business is done in free flowing groups over an indefinite period
in time
within an indefinite time or at an unspecified future time; "he will understand eventually"; "he longed for the flowers that were yet to show themselves"; "sooner or later you will have to face the facts"; "in time they came to accept the harsh reality"
in time
Having a time line that passes through your body: where the past is behind you and the future in front, and 'now' is inside your body
in time
without being tardy; "we made it to the party in time"
in time
Simultaneous arrival at the foul line of one's sliding foot and release of the ball
in time
at the needed time; within the required time; in the future, as time passes
in good time

    Turkish pronunciation

    în gîd taym

    Pronunciation

    /ən gəd ˈtīm/ /ɪn ɡɪd ˈtaɪm/

    Etymology

    [ 'in, &n, &n ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German in in, Latin in, Greek en.

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