Time

Time,

Definition of Time:

  1. In contractual arrangements where time for completion of the contract (called time for performance) is not clearly stated, the law imputes a reasonable time. What is reasonable depends on what constitutes acceptable standard of fair dealing under the circumstances while taking current commercial practice (custom) in that trade into account. See also time is of the essence.

Synonyms of Time

Archean, Archeozoic, Cambrian, Carboniferous, Cenozoic, Comanchean, Cretaceous, Devonian, Eocene, Glacial, Holocene, International Date Line, Lower Cretaceous, Lower Tertiary, Mesozoic, Miocene, Mississippian, Oligocene, Paleocene, Paleozoic, Pennsylvanian, Permian, Platonic year, Pleistocene, Pliocene, Precambrian, Proterozoic, Quaternary, Recent, Silurian, Tertiary, Triassic, Upper Cretaceous, Upper Tertiary, A leg up, Accompany, Adjust, Aeon, Again and again, Age, Agree, Ahead of time, All at once, All the same, All the time, All together, Always, Anchor watch, Andante tempo, Annus magnus, Anon, Antedate, Antiquated, At all times, At intervals, At once, At one time, At times, Be in phase, Be in time, Beat, Beat time, Beforehand, Behind the times, Bell, Bender, Bit, Book, Bout, Brannigan, Break, Bright and early, Bust, But, Carousal, Carouse, Chance, Circumstance, Clear stage, Clock, Coexist, Coextend, Coincide, Compotation, Compound time, Concur, Conditions, Constantly, Contemporize, Continually, Continuous tenure, Continuously, Control, Convenience, Culture, Cycle, Cycle of indiction, Date, Date line, Dated, Datemark, Dawdle, Day, Day shift, Days, Dead, Delay, Dogwatch, Duple time, Duration, Early, Ease, Enlistment, Epoch, Era, Even so, Eventually, Ever, Every so often, Everything, Experience, Fair field, Fair game, Fateful moment, Fix, Fix the time, For the moment, For the nonce, Formerly, Forthwith, Free time, Freedom, Frequently, Full time, Generation, Go, Goof-off time, Graveyard shift, Great year, Habits, Half time, Heretofore, Heyday, Hitch, Hour, However, Idle hours, Immediately, In good time, In no time, In time, In unison, Indiction, Inning, Innings, Instant, Interval, Isochronize, Jag, Juncture, Just the same, Kairos, Keep in step, Keep pace with, Keep time, Largo, Leisure, Liberty, Life, Lifetime, Linger, Lobster trick, Loiter, Look-in, Many times, March tempo, Mark time, Match, Meanwhile, Measure, Measure time, Minute, Mixed times, Moment, Moment of truth, Mores, Nevertheless, Night shift, Nonetheless, Notwithstanding, Obsolescent, Obsolete, Occasion, Occasionally, Odd moments, Often, Old hat, Old-fashioned, On account, On credit, On occasion, On one occasion, On terms, On the dot, On time, Once, One day, Opening, Opportunism, Opportunity, Organize, Outdated, Outmoded, Overtime, Pace, Part time, Passe, Patch, Period, Perpetually, Place, Plan, Point, Point of time, Postdate, Pregnant moment, Prematurely, Presto, Previously, Prison term, Pro tem, Pro tempore, Program, Psychological moment, Punctually, Quickly, Rag, Ragtime, Regulate, Relay, Relief, Repeatedly, Repose, Rest, Retirement, Rhythm, Room, Round, Rubato, Say, Schedule, Scope, Season, Semiretirement, Set, Set the time, Set up, Sextuple time, Shift, Shilly-shally, Shot, Show, Simple time, Simultaneously, Someday, Sometime, Sometimes, Soon, Sooner or later, Space, Span, Spare time, Speedily, Spell, Split schedule, Split shift, Spree, Squeak, Stage, Stepping-stone, Stint, Straightaway, Stretch, Sunrise watch, Swiftly, Swing shift, Synchronize, Syncopation, Syncope, Tempo, Tempo rubato, Temporarily, Tenure, Term, The time, Things, Three-quarter time, Time after time, Time and again, Time at bat, Time lag, Time of day, Time pattern, Time signal, Time to kill, Time to spare, Times, Timing, Together, Tour, Tour of duty, Trick, Triple time, Triplet, Turn, Turn of work, Two-four time, Unceasingly, Values, Waltz time, Watch, Whack, Whet, While, Without delay, Work shift, Yet

Meaning of Time & Time Definition