Idioms about TIME in English

English Idioms and Meanings about TIME

Idioms about TIME in English


Time to hit the road Time to depart
Around the clock At all times
A devil of a time A difficult or frustrating time
For the time being At the present moment; for now
Bad time An inconvenient moment or an unfortunate experience
Kill time To do something while waiting
As time goes by As time passes or moves
Lose track of time To be unaware of what time it is
Caught in a time wrap Unchanged in an antiquated or obsolete way
Have a time of it To experience particular trouble or difficulty




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