English vocabulary and translations (See all)
(to be right) on time: (to arrive exactly) at the expected time, according to schedule; (to be) punctual, timely, prompt
- "Send the bill to Bruno, there's a guy that'll pay you on time."
- "Bruno : Ahem. Thank you all for respecting my wishes, and arriving here on time."
- "And you're all on time!"
- "You should work harder, you're never at work on time and I often see you doing stuff that isn't related to your job."
- "Next week, don't be late - try to be on time."
- "Bruno : Congratulations. You're on time."
- "You're right on time! Please sit down, Jean, John."
- "Please show up on time and wear loose-fitting clothing."
- "I expect you all to be present, awake, attentive and on time."
- "Make sure you're on time to welcome him. Go ahead and start without me, I'm running a bit late."
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