on time

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English - Turkish

Tom her zaman vaktinde gelmez fakat Mary genellikle gelir. - Tom doesn't always arrive on time, but Mary usually does.

Tom birazcık hız limitinin üzerinde sürerse vaktinde havaalanına yetişebileceğini düşündü. - Tom thought he could reach the airport on time if he drove a little over the speed limit.

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tam zamanında

Oyun tam zamanında başladı. - The play began exactly on time.

Okula tam zamanında geldi. - He arrived at school exactly on time.


Uçak zamanında kalktı. - The airplane took off on time.

Onların zamanında geleceğine inanabilirsin. - You can rely on their coming on time.

tam vaktinde

Sonuçta istasyona koştum ve bir şekilde tam vaktinde oraya ulaştım. - In the end I ran to the station, and somehow got there on time.

nında, vaktinde, vakitli: She's always on time. Her zaman vaktinde gelir
English - English
Punctually or according to the schedule

The train arrived on time for the first time this week.

1. At the time arranged; not late; promptly. The train left on time. Mary is always on time for an appointment. 2. On the installment plan; on credit, paying a little at a time. John bought a car on time. You can buy things at the department store on time
according to schedule or without delay; "they were always on time"; "a prompt reply"
at the expected time; "she always arrives on time
at the appointed hour, at the correct time
at the expected time; "she always arrives on time"
An obscure term, meaning unknown
Officially defined as a service that arrives betwen 59 seconds prior and 5 minutes, 59 minutes after the timetabled time
on time

    Turkish pronunciation

    ôn taym


    /ˈôn ˈtīm/ /ˈɔːn ˈtaɪm/


    [ 'on, 'än ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English an, on, preposition and adverb, from Old English; akin to Old High German ana on, Greek ana up, on.


    ... BERNI SEEFELD: And those clouds, they're real time. ...
    ... sorts of data collected over a period of time investigating ...

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