English version

with time to spare

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwith time to sparewith time to sparesooner than expected or necessary We should arrive in New York with time to spare. time
Examples from the Corpus
with time to spareAnd not such a bad parent-always with time to spare, always eager to please, often funny.But with time to spare, we rummaged around.She arrived at the hospital with little time to spare.In spite of the bad traffic, we reached London with plenty of time to spare.I became that vet with time to spare.
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