from time to time

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from time to time

  1. (idiomatic) Occasionally; sometimes; once in a while.
    Synonyms: see Thesaurus:occasionally
  2. (law) In whatever status exists at various times.
    • 2015, Richard Painter, Ann Holmes, Cases and Materials on Employment Law (page 90)
      This is another way of saying that the terms of the individual contracts are in part to be found in the agreed collective agreements as they exist from time to time []
  3. (obsolete) Continuously from one time to another; at all times, constantly.

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