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1. part-time

adjective. ['ˈpɑːrtˈtaɪm'] involving less than the standard or customary time for an activity.

Synonyms

  • odd-job
  • half-time
  • temporary
  • parttime
  • underemployed

Antonyms

  • legal
  • irregularity
  • systematic
  • regular

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2. limit

noun. ['ˈlɪmət'] the greatest possible degree of something.

Synonyms

  • bound
  • absoluteness
  • utmost
  • maximum
  • verge
  • extent
  • brink
  • starkness
  • utterness
  • level best
  • boundary
  • thermal barrier
  • uttermost
  • heat barrier

Antonyms

  • derestrict
  • unfasten
  • inactivity
  • powerlessness

Etymology

  • limiten (Latin)
  • limiter (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

3. limit

verb. ['ˈlɪmət'] place limits on (extent or access).

Synonyms

  • clamp down
  • cramp
  • control
  • cumber
  • hamper
  • restrain
  • moderate
  • gate
  • tie
  • baffle
  • contain
  • mark off
  • draw the line
  • tighten
  • hold
  • throttle
  • restrict
  • bound
  • hold in
  • strangle
  • check
  • trammel
  • confine
  • halter
  • reduce
  • crack down
  • regulate
  • harness
  • mark out
  • constrain
  • tighten up
  • draw a line
  • stiffen
  • encumber
  • inhibit
  • rein
  • rule

Antonyms

  • attack
  • stay
  • unscrew
  • deny

Etymology

  • limiten (Latin)
  • limiter (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

4. limit

verb. ['ˈlɪmət'] restrict or confine, "I limit you to two visits to the pub a day".

Synonyms

  • lessen
  • delimit
  • keep down
  • cut back
  • circumscribe
  • demarcate
  • curtail
  • restrict
  • decrease
  • confine
  • ration
  • minify
  • content
  • delimitate
  • number
  • hold down
  • cap

Antonyms

  • disagree
  • lose
  • discontinue
  • let go of

Etymology

  • limiten (Latin)
  • limiter (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

5. time

noun. ['ˈtaɪm'] an instance or single occasion for some event.

Synonyms

  • example
  • clip
  • case

Antonyms

  • shortness
  • permanence
  • long
  • impermanence

Etymology

  • time (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. time

noun. ['ˈtaɪm'] a period of time considered as a resource under your control and sufficient to accomplish something.

Synonyms

  • period
  • time period

Antonyms

  • insignificance
  • inconsequence
  • unspell

Etymology

  • time (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. time

noun. ['ˈtaɪm'] an indefinite period (usually marked by specific attributes or activities).

Synonyms

  • while
  • moment
  • incarnation
  • spell
  • dead
  • patch
  • piece
  • wee
  • minute
  • mo
  • ephemera
  • bit
  • hard times
  • time period
  • space age
  • second
  • period of time
  • day

Antonyms

  • presentness
  • pastness
  • present
  • outgoing

Etymology

  • time (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. time

noun. ['ˈtaɪm'] a suitable moment.

Synonyms

  • minute
  • second
  • moment
  • high time
  • occasion

Antonyms

  • uptime
  • day
  • night
  • middle

Etymology

  • time (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. time

noun. ['ˈtaɪm'] the continuum of experience in which events pass from the future through the present to the past.

Synonyms

  • universal time
  • eternity
  • local time
  • attribute
  • UT
  • daylight-saving time
  • present
  • duration
  • standard time
  • Greenwich Time
  • infinity
  • daylight savings
  • past times
  • daylight-savings time
  • musical time
  • UT1
  • biological time
  • daylight saving
  • civil time
  • time to come
  • nowadays
  • geological time
  • continuum
  • GMT
  • geologic time
  • hereafter
  • cosmic time
  • futurity
  • yesteryear
  • future
  • past
  • continuance

Antonyms

  • past
  • nonbeing
  • nonexistence
  • cheerfulness

Etymology

  • time (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. time

noun. ['ˈtaɪm'] a person's experience on a particular occasion.

Antonyms

  • take

Etymology

  • time (Middle English (1100-1500))

Sentences with time-limit


1. Noun Phrase
If you are in a state that requires these notices, the state also has a time limit for when you can send these notices.

2. Noun Phrase
Typically, you’ll have a time limit to do so, so take action as soon as possible.

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