⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'on time' from English to Greek
on time {adv}στην ώρα
on time {adv}εγκαίρως
to be on timeείμαι στην ώρα μου
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Usage Examples English
  • Kant adds that space itself depends on time, because nothing can be in space without being within time.
  • The demand for longer on time on phones and computers is something often demanded by consumers so fuel cells could start to make strides into laptop and cell phone markets.
  • The probability "wave" can be said to "pass through space" because the probability values that one can compute from its mathematical representation are dependent on time.
  • The project is currently on-time and on-budget.
  • This practice carried over to teleprinter use on time-sharing computers.
  • In 2005, "A Clockwork Orange" was included on "Time" magazine's list of the 100 best English-language novels written since 1923, and it was named by Modern Library and its readers as one of the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century.
  • Students of the college must wear gowns and arrive on time for Latin Grace, which starts the dinner.
  • Polaris ballistic missile submarines were built on time and under budget, and came to be seen as a credible deterrent.
  • Project control is that element of a project that keeps it on track, on time, and within budget.
  • Whereas conventional sonic anemometers rely on time of flight measurement, acoustic resonance sensors use resonating acoustic (ultrasonic) waves within a small purpose-built cavity in order to perform their measurement.
  • The way in which parchment was processed (from hide to parchment) has undergone a tremendous evolution based on time and location.
  • These appear to be caused by bright spots on the surface that evolve their shape on time scales of 3–14 months.
  • Enduro is not exactly racing, because the main objective is to traverse a series of checkpoints, arriving exactly "on time" in accordance with your beginning time and the time it is supposed to take to arrive at each checkpoint.
  • The fourth game has a set of directions based on time, and the fifth based on animal sounds and the direction of the wind and finally a map to get one of the items needed for "The Feast of the Senses".
  • Doolittle and his friends have one last spree before the wedding ("Get Me to the Church on Time").
  • When the modulation rate is on time scales much slower than the cavity lifetime and the period over which energy can be stored in the lasing medium or pumping mechanism, then it is still classified as a "modulated" or "pulsed" continuous wave laser.
  • It has been cited as an early example of the survival horror genre, and was listed in 2012 on "Time" [...] s All-Time 100 greatest video games list.
  • Stein persuades London's "Time Out" magazine to put Thompson up for a fortnight, in exchange for him writing a cover story to publicize the play.
  • The negative inequality may be unexpected, because [...] multiplies the time coordinate and this has an effect on time symmetry. If the positive equality holds, then [...] is the Lorentz factor.
  • that depend on time [...] and position [...]. The momentum per unit volume is [...].
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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