The Word is:”time”


noun: time; plural noun: times

1. the indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future

regarded as a whole.
“travel through space and time”

  • the continued progress of existence as affecting people and things.
    “things were getting better as time passed”
  • time or an amount of time as reckoned by a conventional standard.
    “it’s eight o’clock New York Time”
  • the personification of time, typically as an old man with a scythe and hourglass.
    noun: Time; noun: Father Time
  • 2. a point of time as measured in hours and minutes past midnight or noon.

    “the time is 9.30”
    synonyms: hour; datedo’clock
    “what time is it?”
  • a moment or definite portion of time allotted, used, or suitable for a purpose.
    “the scheduled departure time”
  • the favourable or appropriate time to do something.
    “it was time to go”
    synonyms: moment, point, point in time, occasion, hour, minute, second, instant, juncture,
  • stage, phase
    “late at night was the best time to leave”

  • a portion of time in history or characterized by particular events or circumstances.
    “Victorian times”
    synonyms: era, age, epoch, period, aeon, years, days;
    generation, date
    “in the time of the dinosaurs”
  • the conditions of life during a particular period.
    “times have changed”
  • used in names of newspapers.
    noun: Times; plural noun: the Times
    “the Oxford Times”
  • 3. time as allotted, available, or used.

    “we need more time”

  • informal
    a prison sentence.
    “he was doing time for fraud”
  • 5. (following a number) expressing multiplication.

    “eleven times four is forty-four”

    verb: time; 3rd person present: times; past tense: timed; past participle: timed; gerund or present participle: timing

    1. plan, schedule, or arrange when (something) should happen or be done.

    “the first track race is timed for 11.15”
    synonyms: schedule, set, set up, arrange, organize, fix, fix up, fix a time for, book, line up, slot
    in, prearrange, timetable, bill, programme, plan; slate
    “his meeting had been timed for three o’clock”

    2. measure the time taken by (a process or activity, or a person doing it).

    “we were timed and given certificates according to our speed”
    synonyms: measure, put a stopwatch on, meter, count; informal clock
    “he timed it—it took two minutes and forty-three seconds”

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