time-serving

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time-serving (uncountable)

  1. (computing) The action of a time-server.

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time-serving (comparative more time-serving, superlative most time-serving)

  1. Conforming to the status quo in order to serve one's own interests.
    • 2016, Jonathan Meades, ‘Inside Job’, Literary Review, November:
      Harding brought with him a timeserving pal from The Times called Keith Blackmore, who was equally a stranger to broadcasting.

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