Learn common Idioms about Time in English with meaning and examples.
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Note: This idiom is of biblical origin.
Note: Said to have been coined by American artist Andy Warhol.
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Note: This is informal and rather old-fashioned.
Note: The phrase was suggested by American artist Andy Warhol, who said, “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes”
Note: This expression is regional American. New Yorkers don’t use it.
Note: You can also say “in the short run.”
Note: Prime time” on North American television is the main viewing period of 8 to 11 p.m.
(Idioms about Time)
Note: This idiom is often used with “on,” as in the example.
Note: A quarter of six, used to mean X:45, is counterintuitive, but it is sometimes used.
Note: This is a translation of the Latin “carpe diem.”
Note: A still stronger variant is 24/7/365.
Useful Idioms about Time in English.
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