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all in good time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishall in good timeall in good timeBritish English used when someone wants to do something soon but you want to wait a little πŸ”Š β€˜When can we open our presents, Mum?’ β€˜All in good time, Billy.’ β†’ good
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all in good timeβ€’ "When are we going to open the presents?" "All in good time."β€’ "When are you going to pay me?" "All in good time."β€’ But don't fret, you shall have a puppy all in good time.
all in good timeall in good timeused to tell someone to be patient because something they are waiting for will certainly happen after a period of time, and probably quite soon πŸ”Š β€˜I’d love to see it.’ β€˜All in good time.’ β†’ time
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all in good timeβ€’ But don't fret, you shall have a puppy all in good time.
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