Another word for time
Units of measure for time include: millisecond, age, eon, era, epoch, nanosecond, second, minute, hour, day, week, month, year, term, decade, generation, lifetime, century, millennium, aeon; moment, instant, watch, tour, tour of duty, work period, shift, swing shift*, graveyard shift*, cat-eye shift*.
A point in time
A period of time
Circumstances; usually plural; used with ""the''
A measure of speed
A standard of measuring time].
Time zones and standards include: Greenwich, mean, sidereal, apparent, solar, Standard, Atlantic Standard, Eastern Standard, Central Standard, Mountain Standard, Pacific Standard, Yukon Standard, Alaska Standard, Hawaii Standard, Samoa Standard, daylight-savings, astronomical, nautical.
A standard of measuring rhythm in music].
Musical times include: simple, compound, duple, two-part, triple, three-part, quadruple, four-part, quintuple, five-part, sextuple, six-part, septuple, seven-part, nonuple, nine-part, three-four, three-quarter, mixed.
simultaneously, concurrently, at once;
once, once upon a time, previously.
serve a prison term, go to jail, be imprisoned; see serve time.
for a while, for quite a while, for a time, for a long time; see awhile.
for the present, for now, under consideration; see temporarily.
eventually, after the proper time, inevitably;
on time, in the nick of time, not a minute too soon, under the wire.
on the beat, simultaneously, up to tempo;
at the appointed time, punctually, correct;
by credit, in installments, on account;
Another word for timenoun
A rather short period:bit1, space, spell3, while. See big
The general point at which an event occurs:occasion. Idiom: point in time. See time
A limited or specific period of time during which something happens, lasts, or extends:duration, span, stretch, term. See time
A particular time notable for its distinctive characteristics.Often used in plural: age, day, epoch, era, period. See time
A span designated for a given activity:period, season. See time
A term of service, as in the military or in prison:hitch, stretch, tour. See time
A limited, often assigned period of activity, duty, or opportunity:bout, go, hitch, inning (often used in plural), shift, spell3, stint, stretch, tour, trick, turn, watch. See time