English version

in record time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin record timein record timevery quickly She was out of bed and ready for school in record time that morning. record
Examples from the Corpus
in record timeThe human species has probably not undergone much genetic change in recorded time.We had finished the drive back down to the highway from Can-yon de Chelly in record time.We got home in record time.Everyone in Knockglen heard about it in record time, but what they heard bore little relation to the facts.No question, and he did it in record time.During these years she made her journeys in record time.We pulled out all the stops and gave the company a response in record time.She shifts into high gear and gets out of the house, down the hill and over to Starbucks in record time.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.