English version

in your own time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin your own timein your own timeif you study or do work in your own time, you do it outside normal school or work hours Nurses in training study in their own time. time
Examples from the Corpus
in your own timeThe hunt will occur later, on its own terms and in its own time.Before, they used to count their breaks in the twelve hours, now their breaks are in their own time.Best to ignore him and let him come around in his own time.Those designs are mine, done in my own time and made up by my own outworkers.They can then absorb the literature in their own time and make up their own minds.Then gradually slip the open bag into the tank, and allow the fish to swim out in their own time.Nurses in training who work hard physically, study in their own time and have numerous personal commitments are under pressure.I can remember doing that in my own time.
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