简明英汉词典

in time
adv.
及时

美国传统词典[双解]

time
time
AHD:[tom]
D.J.[taim]
K.K.[ta!m]
n.(名词)

(1)

Abbr. t., T.
缩写 t.T.

(2)

A nonspatial continuum in which events occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future.
时间:事件从过去到现在至未来以不可逆转的顺序发生的非空间性的延续

(3)

An interval separating two points on this continuum; a duration:
一段时间:在这种延续中相隔两点之间的间隔;持续时间:
a long time since the last war; passed the time reading.
上次战争后很长一段时间;以读书消磨时光

(4)

A number, as of years, days, or minutes, representing such an interval:
如年、日或分等代表这一段时间的数字:
ran the course in a time just under four minutes.
在不到四分钟的时间里跑完全程

(5)

A similar number representing a specific point on this continuum, reckoned in hours and minutes:
时刻:以小时和分来计算的代表该延续中特定点的类似数字:
checked her watch and recorded the time, 6:17 a.m.
她看了看表并记下了时间,上午 6:17

(6)

A system by which such intervals are measured or such numbers are reckoned:
度量持续时间和计算数字的系统:
solar time.
太阳时

(7)

Often times An interval, especially a span of years, marked by similar events, conditions, or phenomena; an era:
常作 times 时代:尤指许多年等以类似事件、状况或现象为标志的一段时间;时代:
hard times; a time of troubles.
艰难时期;动乱时代

(8)

times The present with respect to prevailing conditions and trends:
times 时势:反映流行状况和趋势的现今状况:
You must change with the times.
你必须随着时势的转变而改变

(9)

A suitable or opportune moment or season:
适当时机:合适或幸运的时机或季节:
a time for taking stock of one's life.
对一个人的一生作出评价的时候

(10)

Periods or a period designated for a given activity:
规定时间:指定进行特定活动的一段或多段时间:
harvest time; time for bed.
收获期;睡觉时间

(11)

Periods or a period necessary or available for a given activity:
活动所需的时间:特定活动的必要或可行的一个或多个阶段:
I have no time for golf.
我没时间打高尔夫球

(12)

A period at one's disposal:
可供自己支配的时间:
Do you have time for a chat?
你有时间聊一会儿吗?

(13)

An appointed or fated moment, especially of death or giving birth:
时限:一个指定或命中注定的时刻,尤指死亡或出生:
He died before his time. Her time is near.
他早逝了。她的临产期快到了

(14)

One of several instances:
多次之一:
knocked three times; addressed Congress for the last time before retirement.
敲了三下;退休前最后一次在议会演讲

(15)

times Used to indicate the number of instances by which something is multiplied or divided:
times 倍:用来表示某物被乘或除的次数:
This tree is three times taller than that one. My library is many times smaller than hers.
这棵树比那棵树高三倍。我的藏书比她的少好几倍

(16)

One's lifetime.
人的一生

(17)

One's period of greatest activity or engagement.
人一生中最活跃或好斗的时期

(18)

A person's experience during a specific period or on a certain occasion:
时光:一个人在某段时间或某个场合中的经历:
had a good time at the party.
晚会上玩得很好

(19)

A period of military service.
服兵役期

(20)

A period of apprenticeship.
学徒期

(21)

Informal A prison sentence.
【非正式用语】 刑期

(22)

The customary period of work:
日常工作时间:
hired for full time.
专职工作

(23)

The period spent working.
工作时间

(24)

The hourly pay rate:
时薪:每小时付的钱:
earned double time on Sundays.
在星期日挣双份工资

(25)

The period during which a radio or television program or commercial is broadcast:
播出时间:广播或电视中节目或商业广告播出的时间:
“There's television time to buy”(Brad Goldstein)
“可以购买的电视播出时间”(布拉德·戈尔茨坦)

(26)

The rate of speed of a measured activity:
速率:有节奏行动的速率:
marching in double time.
以快两倍的速度行进

(27)

Music
【音乐】

(28)

The characteristic beat of musical rhythm:
拍子:音乐节奏特定的拍子:
three-quarter time.
四三拍

(29)

The rate of speed at which a piece of music is played; the tempo.
速度:演奏音乐作品的速率;速度

(30)

Chiefly British The hour at which a pub closes.
【多用于英国】 酒馆关门时间

(31)

Sports A time-out.
【体育运动】 暂停
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Of, relating to, or measuring time.
时间的:属于、有关或测定时间的

(2)

Constructed so as to operate at a particular moment:
定时的:设计以便在某一时刻运作的:
a time release.
定时发行

(3)

Payable on a future date or dates.
定期的:在未来的某个或某些时期偿还的

(4)

Of or relating to installment buying:
(有关)分期购买的:
time payments.
分期付款
v.tr.(及物动词)
timedtim.ingtimes

(1)

To set the time for (an event or occasion).
为(某事或某场合)确定时间

(2)

To adjust to keep accurate time.
拨准:调整以保持准确时间

(3)

To adjust so that a force is applied or an action occurs at the desired time:
安排…的速度:通过调节使在预想的时间施加力量或使某事发生:
timed his swing so as to hit the ball squarely.
计算好他的摇摆度以便正好击中球

(4)

To record the speed or duration of:
记录速度或时间长度:
time a runner.
给跑步者计时

(5)

To set or maintain the tempo, speed, or duration of:
设定或保持拍子、速度或时长:
time a manufacturing process.
保持制造过程的时间

习惯用语

against time
With a quickly approaching time limit:
争分夺秒地,尽快地:时限很快就要到了地:
worked against time to deliver the manuscript before the deadline.
争分夺秒地工作以便在最后期限到来前交出手搞

at one time

(1)

Simultaneously.
同时的

(2)

At a period or moment in the past.
曾经:在过去的某一时刻或某段时期

at the same time
However; nonetheless.
但是,然而

at times
On occasion; sometimes.
有时;间或

behind the times
Out-of-date; old-fashioned.
过时的;陈旧的

for the time being
Temporarily.
暂时的

from time to time
Once in a while; at intervals.
时时;间或

high time
Long overdue:
早已超过时间:
It's high time that you started working.
你早该开始工作了

in good time

(1)

In a reasonable length of time.
及时,迅速:在合适的一段时间内

(2)

When or before due.
及时:在到期时或在此之前

(3)

Quickly.
迅速地

in no time
Almost instantly; immediately.
几乎马上地;立刻

in time

(1)

Before a time limit expires.
及时:在时限到来之前

(2)

Within an indefinite time; eventually:
最后,终于:在不定的时间内;最终:
In time they came to accept the harsh facts.
他们最终承认了严酷的事实

(3)

Music In the proper tempo.
【音乐】 合拍

on time

(1)

According to schedule; punctual or punctually.
按时,准时:按时间表的;准时的(地)

(2)

By paying in installments.
以分期付款方式地

time after time
Again and again; repeatedly.
一次又一次地;重复地

time and again
Again and again; repeatedly.
一次又一次;重复地

time of (one's) life
A highly pleasurable experience:
非常愉快的经历:
We had the time of our lives at the beach.
我们在海滩上度过了最愉快的时刻

time on (one's) hands
An interval with nothing to do.
无事可做的间隙

time was
There was once a time:
曾有一个时候:
“Time was when [urban gangs] were part of a . . . subculture that inner-city adolescence outgrew” (George F. Will)
“曾经有个时候城内的青年人已成长大了,[都市群体] 不再属于亚文化群的一部分” (乔治F.威尔)

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English toa * see d3-
源自 古英语 toa *参见 d3-

美国传统词典

time
time
AHD:[tom]
D.J.[taim]
K.K.[ta!m]
n.

(1)

Abbr. t., T.

(2)

A nonspatial continuum in which events occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future.

(3)

An interval separating two points on this continuum; a duration:
a long time since the last war; passed the time reading.

(4)

A number, as of years, days, or minutes, representing such an interval:
ran the course in a time just under four minutes.

(5)

A similar number representing a specific point on this continuum, reckoned in hours and minutes:
checked her watch and recorded the time, 6:17 a.m.

(6)

A system by which such intervals are measured or such numbers are reckoned:
solar time.

(7)

Often times An interval, especially a span of years, marked by similar events, conditions, or phenomena; an era:
hard times; a time of troubles.

(8)

times The present with respect to prevailing conditions and trends:
You must change with the times.

(9)

A suitable or opportune moment or season:
a time for taking stock of one's life.

(10)

Periods or a period designated for a given activity:
harvest time; time for bed.

(11)

Periods or a period necessary or available for a given activity:
I have no time for golf.

(12)

A period at one's disposal:
Do you have time for a chat?

(13)

An appointed or fated moment, especially of death or giving birth:
He died before his time. Her time is near.

(14)

One of several instances:
knocked three times; addressed Congress for the last time before retirement.

(15)

times Used to indicate the number of instances by which something is multiplied or divided:
This tree is three times taller than that one. My library is many times smaller than hers.

(16)

One's lifetime.

(17)

One's period of greatest activity or engagement.

(18)

A person's experience during a specific period or on a certain occasion:
had a good time at the party.

(19)

A period of military service.

(20)

A period of apprenticeship.

(21)

Informal A prison sentence.

(22)

The customary period of work:
hired for full time.

(23)

The period spent working.

(24)

The hourly pay rate:
earned double time on Sundays.

(25)

The period during which a radio or television program or commercial is broadcast:
“There's television time to buy”(Brad Goldstein)

(26)

The rate of speed of a measured activity:
marching in double time.

(27)

Music

(28)

The characteristic beat of musical rhythm:
three-quarter time.

(29)

The rate of speed at which a piece of music is played; the tempo.

(30)

Chiefly British The hour at which a pub closes.

(31)

Sports A time-out.
adj.

(1)

Of, relating to, or measuring time.

(2)

Constructed so as to operate at a particular moment:
a time release.

(3)

Payable on a future date or dates.

(4)

Of or relating to installment buying:
time payments.
v.tr.
timed, tim.ing, times

(1)

To set the time for (an event or occasion).

(2)

To adjust to keep accurate time.

(3)

To adjust so that a force is applied or an action occurs at the desired time:
timed his swing so as to hit the ball squarely.

(4)

To record the speed or duration of:
time a runner.

(5)

To set or maintain the tempo, speed, or duration of:
time a manufacturing process.

习惯用语

against time
With a quickly approaching time limit:
worked against time to deliver the manuscript before the deadline.

at one time

(1)

Simultaneously.

(2)

At a period or moment in the past.

at the same time
However; nonetheless.

at times
On occasion; sometimes.

behind the times
Out-of-date; old-fashioned.

for the time being
Temporarily.

from time to time
Once in a while; at intervals.

high time
Long overdue:
It's high time that you started working.

in good time

(1)

In a reasonable length of time.

(2)

When or before due.

(3)

Quickly.

in no time
Almost instantly; immediately.

in time

(1)

Before a time limit expires.

(2)

Within an indefinite time; eventually:
In time they came to accept the harsh facts.

(3)

Music In the proper tempo.

on time

(1)

According to schedule; punctual or punctually.

(2)

By paying in installments.

time after time
Again and again; repeatedly.

time and again
Again and again; repeatedly.

time of (one's) life
A highly pleasurable experience:
We had the time of our lives at the beach.

time on (one's) hands
An interval with nothing to do.

time was
There was once a time:
“Time was when [urban gangs] were part of a . . . subculture that inner-city adolescence outgrew” (George F. Will)

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English toa * see d3-

英汉航海大词典

in time
prep.及时,按时

英汉环境大词典

in time
n.及时,恰好,迟早;n.在...的时代

英汉化学大词典

in time
adv.及时,迟早,合拍子

英汉经贸大词典

in time
adv.及时,迟早,合拍子;n.在...的时代

英汉计算机大词典

in time
adv.及时(迟早,合拍子)

英汉能源大词典

in time
n.及时,恰好,迟早;n.在...的时代

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