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in no time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin no timein no timeinformalLITTLE/NOT MUCH very soon or very quickly We’ll be home in no time. no
Examples from the Corpus
in no timeHe got back to normal in no time.He made Tracy in no time.If Sien went back with them, she would be driven back to her old life in no time.If you're telling the truth, Peter, you can be back here in no time.We were off the tanks in no time.The thick pungent smoke from the spliff filled the car in no time as Firebug took long leisurely tokes and sat back.And in no time at all, they see their dreams come true.Your house will be sold in no time at all!
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