English-German translations for time

  • Uhrzeitdie
    Herr Präsident, angesichts der Uhrzeit werde ich mich sehr kurz fassen. Mr President, I shall be brief in view of the time. Sie werden sich also umdrehen müssen, um die genaue Uhrzeit zu überprüfen. You will therefore have to turn around to check the exact time. Sie haben völlig Recht, die Aussprache war tatsächlich auf die von Ihnen genannte Uhrzeit angesetzt. You are absolutely right; the debate was indeed scheduled for the time that you indicated.
  • ZeitdieNicht Frieden für unsere Zeit, sondern Rindfleisch für unsere Zeit. Not peace in our time, but beef in our time. Es ist Zeit, zu handeln, und es ist an der Zeit für ein gewisses Maß an Realismus. It is time for action and time for a dose of realism. Diese Zeit müssen wir gut nutzen. We need to use this time well.
  • die Zeit stoppen
  • durchschwimmen
  • hunderttausendfach
  • LaufzeitdieEs geht dieses Mal um 150 Millionen ECU, die Laufzeit beträgt 10 Jahre. The amount involved this time is ECU 150 million and the loan is to run for 10 years. Es ist an der Zeit, sich von der Vorstellung zu lösen, dass die Klimaschutzpolitik an die Laufzeit des Kyoto-Protokolls gebunden ist. It is time to banish the notion that the future of climate change policy is coterminous with the Kyoto Protocol. Zunächst hat der Ausschuß vorgeschlagen, die Laufzeit des Programms zu beschränken. Firstly, with regard to how long the programme should last, the committee suggested there should be no time limit.
  • mal
    Dieses Mal darf es nicht schiefgehen. It must not go wrong this time. Jedes Mal ist Europa der große Verlierer. Each time it is Europe that loses out. Hoffentlich war dies nun das letzte Mal. I do hope this time is the last time.
  • Maldas
    Dieses Mal darf es nicht schiefgehen. It must not go wrong this time. Jedes Mal ist Europa der große Verlierer. Each time it is Europe that loses out. Hoffentlich war dies nun das letzte Mal. I do hope this time is the last time.
  • Tempi passati
  • Tempodas
  • terminieren
  • timen
  • verbringen
    Die Menschen müssen sich stets entscheiden, wie sie ihre Zeit verbringen. People have to make choices constantly about how they use their time. Väter sollten auch in der Lage sein, eine Auszeit zu nehmen, um Zeit mit ihren neugeborenen Babys zu verbringen. Fathers should also be able to take time off to spend with their newborn babies. Ich hoffe, dass die Treffen, die Sie hier haben werden, und die Zeit, die Sie in Straßburg verbringen, für Sie produktiv sein werden. I hope that your meetings and your time with us in Strasbourg will be productive.
  • verstehen
    Das sollten wir endlich verstehen. It is time we understood that. Bitte verstehen Sie mich nächstens richtig! Please do not misunderstand me next time! Wenn dagegen 27 Länder gleichzeitig sprechen, ist kaum etwas zu verstehen. It is very incomprehensible if 27 voices speak at the same time.
  • Zeit messen
  • Zeit nehmenDoch wir müssen uns dieses Mehr an Zeit nehmen. But we need to take that extra time.
  • Zeit stoppen
  • zeitlich planen
  • Zeitpunkt wählen

Definition of time

  • The inevitable progression into the future with the passing of present events into the past
  • A duration of time
  • An instant of time
  • The measurement under some system of region of day or moment
  • Ratio of comparison
  • Tense
  • The measured duration of sounds; measure; tempo; rate of movement; rhythmical division
  • To measure or record the time, duration, or rate of
  • To choose when something begins or how long it lasts
  • To keep or beat time; to proceed or move in time
  • To pass time; to delay
  • To measure, as in music or harmony
  • A call by a bartender to warn patrons that the establishment is closing and no more drinks will be served


  • Time stops for nobody.   the ebb and flow of time
  • Both science-fiction writers and physicists have written about travel through time
  • Time slows down when you approach the speed of light
  • An essential definition of time should entail neither speed nor direction, just change
  • More time is needed to complete the project.   You had plenty of time, but you waited until the last minute.   Are you finished yet? Time’s up!
  • a long time;  Record the individual times for the processes in each batch.   Only your best time is compared with the other competitors.   The algorithm runs in O(n2) time
  • The judge leniently granted a sentence with no hard time.   He is not living at home because he is doing time
  • We had a wonderful time at the party
  • Roman times;  the time of the dinosaurs
  • In my time, we respected our elders
  • Excuse me, have you got the time?   What time is it, do you guess? Ten o’clock?   A computer keeps time using a clock battery
  • it’s time for bed;  it’s time to sleep;  we must wait for the right time;  its time we were going
  • at what times do the trains arrive?;  these times were erroneously converted between zones
  • When was the last time we went out? I don’t remember
  • see you another time;  that’s three times he’s made the same mistake
  • Okay, but this is the last time. No more after that!
  • Last call: its almost time
  • It was his time.
  • Lets synchronize our watches so were not on different time
  • your car runs three times faster than mine;  that is four times as heavy as this
  • the time of a verb
  • common or triple time;   the musician keeps good time
  • I used a stopwatch to time myself running around the block.
  • The President timed his speech badly, coinciding with the Super Bowl.
  • The bomb was timed to explode at 9:20 p.m.

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