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==English==
 
==English==
[[Category:Time]]
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*[[w:AHD|AHD]]: tīm
 
*[[w:AHD|AHD]]: tīm
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*Arabic: [[عهد]], [[عصر]]
 
*Arabic: [[عهد]], [[عصر]]
*[[Bitruscan]]: [[timun]]
 
 
*[[Breton]]: [[amzer]] ''f'' (1), [[eur]] ''f'' (2), [[gwech]] ''f'' (3)
 
*[[Breton]]: [[amzer]] ''f'' (1), [[eur]] ''f'' (2), [[gwech]] ''f'' (3)
 
*Bulgarian: [[време]], [[час]]
 
*Bulgarian: [[време]], [[час]]
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*[[Czech]]: [[čas]] ''m''
 
*[[Czech]]: [[čas]] ''m''
 
*Dutch: [[tijd]] ''m''
 
*Dutch: [[tijd]] ''m''
*[[Ekspreso]]: [[tempo]]
 
 
*[[Esperanto]]: [[tempo]] (1), [[horo]] (2), [[fojo]] (3)
 
*[[Esperanto]]: [[tempo]] (1), [[horo]] (2), [[fojo]] (3)
 
*Finnish: [[aika]] (1,2), [[kerta]] (3)
 
*Finnish: [[aika]] (1,2), [[kerta]] (3)

Revision as of 00:32, 29 June 2005

English

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Noun

time (plural: times)

  1. Distance between the past and the present or between the present and future.
    Some physicists consider time the fourth physical dimension (three spatial, one temporal).
  2. The moment indicated by a clock or other time-measuring device (What time is it?, The time is ten o'clock).
  3. A particular occasion: See you another time, Last time I was here.

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Verb

to time (timed, timed)

  1. to measure time, especially using a clock of some kind.
  2. to choose the time for
    The bomb was timed to explode at 9:20 p.m.
    The president's speech was timed badly: It coincided with the superbowl.

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