English version

in time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin timein timea) before the time by which it is necessary for something to be done Will you be able to finish it in time?in time to do something They ran all the way to the corner just in time to see the bus disappearing up the street.in time for The painting was successfully repaired in time for the opening of the exhibition.in good time/in plenty of time (=a long time before the necessary time) We arrived at the concert hall in good time. b) after a certain period of time, especially after a gradual process of change and development He wants to see changes in the company and I am sure he will, in time. time
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time forThe dormitory is new; it has barely been completed in time for the beginning of the semester.I am just in time for Neighbours.The kids will be up and around, as good as new in time for the Fourth of July picnic.Legislation to outlaw Christmas Day trading looks set to be in place in time for this year's festive period.It is hoped the law will be in place in time for next summer's Ashes series.Now the Trust is appealing for gardening enthusiasts to grow plants and donate them in time for the Fair.Peter Jacobsen probably likes to sit in the front row at movies and be there in time for the trailers.We met at Raven Square, Welshpool in time for the 12 o'clock train.