avoir du temps : to have time
Note that avoir du temps means "to have time" in general. However, to talk about having the time to do a specific activity, we use avoir le temps:

Je n'ai pas le temps de partir en vacances. I don't have the time to go on vacation.

  • "Mon passe-temps favori, c’est laisser passer le temps, avoir du temps, prendre son temps, perdre son temps, vivre à contretemps."

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