time
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  • UK /taɪm/
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解釋
  • n. 節拍; (準確的)時間; 時間(多寡); (經歷的)一段時光; (經歷的)時光; 時代;時期; 時間; 時刻;時候;
  • v. 測量(節拍); 為...計算時機; 計時;測量時間;使適時; 安排...的時間;
例句
  • What I love is a piece of music in three-four time
  • They all managed to arrive at the right time
  • We have enough time to walk to the bus, we don't have to run
  • I remember one time we had to leave our car in the snow
  • We had a hard time gaining trust from local people
  • The time of the dinosaurs was 65 million years ago
  • In mathematics class, time passes very slowly
  • By the time they are all in bed, it is usually 11:00
  • Time the number of beats per minute in the song
  • The boxer had to time his punches well or he’ll get hit
  • I will time you to see how long it takes to walk home
  • Why did they time the concert to take place on a week day?

【TED】比爾蓋茲談能源 : 至零方休的革新 ! (Innovating to zero! | Bill Gates)

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  1. my full-time work at the foundation is mostly about vaccines and seeds,

    我在基金會全職的工作主要關於疫苗和種子,
  2. now, the price of energy has come down over time.

    現下,能源的價格已經下降好長一段時間。
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  1. Nature's way of keeping everything from happening all at once.
    Time flies when you're having fun.
  2. What we waste spending time on here looking up random things like Britney spears, and the definition of homosexuality.
    Just look at the clock and see what time it is Johnny.
  3. A song released by Pink Floyd on their 1973 album Dark Side of the Moon.
    I was listening to that song Time and got really relaxed.
  4. n. 1. what you spend in jail, a jail sentence 2. a very real thing based on the movement of matter in the universe. Units of time are measured in something defined axiomatically such as the speed of light and a defined length.
    1. I'll have sex with a 16 year old even if I get time for it 2. It takes a certain amount of time for a photon to travel one foot, and under the same conditions it always takes that amount of time.
  5. A nonspatial continuum in which events occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future.
    We come to this place falling through time, living a hollow life.
  6. An imaginary term created by the rich and powerful to limit your activity.
    Bill Gates doesn't need time.
  7. Something you need to make your, since you have no chance to survive.
    "You have no chance to survive make your time."
  8. Time is an absolute truth regardless of the state of existence so long as it is not the forever end. In the physical universe there need be motion of any kind for time to have something to be relative to. Time travel can not exist in the popular sense. One can travel forward in time while seemingly no time passes for the traveler, but this is an illusion caused by being in some kind of stasis. True travel back in time can not occur. This is not to say that instantaneous or near-instantaneous travel is impossible, just that such theories may not come into conflict with time's law.
    It took a long time before the big bang happened again.
  9. An abstract concept used by carbon-based lifeforms to measure their own rate of decay.
    Why do I need an example? It explains itself!
  10. Something un-rewindable. Something you can not waste. These 4 letters sum up life. Your life is how you spend your time. Dedicate your time to things that deserve it. To people who will love you on their time too. Because remember. This keeps going. It doesn't freeze. It won't stop. It can make you lose control. Make your head explode. Time is all yours. Life is your time. It's not all going to be amazing, but try to make most moments the time of your life.
    For everything there is a season, And a time for every matter under heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; A time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal; A time to break down, and a time to build up; A time to weep, and a time to laugh; A time to mourn, and a time to dance; A time to throw away stones, and a time to gather stones together; A time to embrace, And a time to refrain from embracing; A time to seek, and a time to lose; A time to keep, and a time to throw away; A time to tear, and a time to sew; A time to keep silence, and a time to speak; A time to love, and a time to hate, A time for war, and a time for peace. Ecclesiastes 3:1-8