pronunciation: IPA: /tɜːm/ taɪm /tɑem/ /taɪ̯m/ , SAMPA: /taIm/          

Translations into Tagalog:

  • oras 
  • panahon 
    [oras]
  • araw 
  • orasan 
  • panahón 
  • sandali 
  • sandalî 
  • ulit 
  • óras 

Other meanings:

 
(countable) An instance or occurrence.
 
(countable) A particular moment or hour; the appropriate moment or hour for something (especially with prepositional phrase or imperfect subjunctive).
 
time of day, as indicated by a clock, etc
 
inevitable passing of events
 
(uncountable) (with possessive) A person's youth or young adulthood, as opposed to the present day.
 
to choose the time for
 
instance or occurrence
 
The dimension of the physical universe which, at a given place, orders the sequence of events.
 
(countable) An era; (with the , sometimes in plural) the current era, the current state of affairs.
 
person's experiences or biography
 
(approximate) time
 
(uncountable) How much of a day has passed; the moment, as indicated by a clock or similar device.
 
The grammatical construct of the time in which a sentence acts.
 
time (three times, each time, etc.)
 
era
 
(countable) An experience.
 
To measure seconds, hours etc passed, especially using a clock of some kind.
 
A designated instant in time.
 
(uncountable) A quantity of availability in time.
 
To measure the amount of time an object takes to complete a course (e.g., "to clock a race car").
 
numerical indication of a particular moment in time
 
slang: serving of a prison sentence
 
(first) time
 
particular moment or hour
 
(musical) time
 
(countable) Ratio of comparison.
 
to measure time
 
time (sound, gauge, estimate)
 
(countable) A numerical indication of a particular moment.
 
time (for a program, programme)
 
experience
 
(countable) A measurement of a quantity in time; a numerical or general indication of a length of progression.
 
(uncountable) The inevitable progression into the future with the passing of present events into the past.
 
The period of time a prisoner is imprisoned
 
measurement under some system of the time of day or moment in time
 
quantity of availability in time
 
measurement of a quantity of time
 
Time is the fire in which we burn. — Delmore Schwartz, Calmly We Walk Through This April's Day
 
youth or young adulthood
 
ratio of comparison
 
(countable) The measurement under some system of region of day or moment.
 
(uncountable, slang) The serving of a prison sentence.
 
To choose how long something lasts.
 
The time the preventive maintenance routine was completed.

Similar phrases in dictionary English Tagalog. (32)

A Matter of TimeA Matter of Time
at timespaminsan-minsan
at what timekailan
Coordinated Universal TimeTugmang Pandaigdig na Oras; UTC
daylight saving timedaylight saving time
determined period of timepinag-pasiyahang oras ng panahon
from time to timepana-panahon; paminsan-minsan
full-timebuong-oras
full-time nursing carekabuuang-oras na pagaalaga ng maysakit
full-time studentmay kabuuang-oras na magaaral
grace timekaragdagang oras
night-timegabi
old-timedati
on timemaagap
once upon a timenoong unang panahon
page timeoras ng pahina
part timekabahaging oras
part time nursing carepansamantalang pagaalaga ng maysakit
period of timepanahón
request not timely filedpakiusap na hindi nahanay sa oras
schedule (time)nakatala (oras)
the present timengayon
this timengayon
Time BokanTime Bokan
time stamptatak ng oras
time zonesona ng oras
timelysa oras
timely report of earningsnasa oras na paguulat ng kita
what timekailan
what time is itanong oras na; anong oras na po?; anong oras na?
what time is it?anong oras na po?; anong oras na?
what's the time?anong oras na po?; anong oras na?

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Example sentences with "time", translation memory

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If geometry is the science of space, what is the science of time?Kung heometriya ang agham ng espasyo, anong agham ng oras?
It's time to sleep.Oras nang matulog.
The time will come when you'll regret it.Isang araw, magsisisi ka.
What do you do in your spare time?Anong ginagawa mo sa mga libreng oras mo?
I was waiting for a long time.Naghintay ako nang matagal.
Tom doesn't have much free time.Walang masyadong libreng oras si Tomas.
I eat breakfast there, most of the time.Karaniwang doon ako nag-aalmusal.
Tom doesn't have time to talk to you now.Walang oras si Tomas para magsalita ngayon.
This is the first time I've added a sentence in Dutch.Unang beses kong magdagdag ng pangungusap na Olandes.
I don't have time now.Wala akong oras ngayon.
What do you spend most of your time doing?Anong ginagawa mo sa karamihan ng oras?
I met him several times.Natagpo ko siya nang ilang beses.
It's the first time I memorize a poem.Unang beses kong nag-alala ng tula.
It's warm for this time of year.Mainit para sa panahon.
That is a pure waste of time.Talagang aksaya ng panahon iyon.
The telephone rang several times.Malimit tumunog ang telepono.
What time are you having lunch?Anong oras ka nanananghalian?
What time does school begin?Anong oras ang simula ng paaralan (eskuwelahan)?
Ten years is a long time.Sampung taon ay matagal na panahon.
What time do you usually get up?Anong oras ka kalimitang gumigising?
You should not waste your time.Dapat huwag mong aksayahin ang oras mo.
It's time to go.Oras nang pumunta.
I don't have time to cook.Wala akong oras magluto.
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