Definition

a moment: an instant, a short time, a second noun
for a moment for a short period of time
a great moment in history
(when you have) a free moment (when you have) some free time
(I can talk) for a moment: (I can talk) for a short time idiom
(I'll be back) in a moment: (I'll be back) in a minute, in a second, in a short while idiom
  • "You've always wanted a baby, so this is the moment that I've been waiting for."
  • "Narrator : Finally, the moment of truth has arrived."
  • "Just a moment."
  • "He'll be right with you in one moment."
  • "I imagine that in the helicopter, the noise, confusion and emotion of the moment might have influenced her."
  • "Bruno (on intercom) : Brian Jones, can you come in here for a moment?"
  • "Before we begin, let us observe a brief moment of silence in the honour of her majesty the queen of England."
  • "In closing, I'd just like to dedicate this moment to my grandfather, Xavier Delavigne."
  • "I've been waiting for this moment a long time."
  • "I ask you to stand behind us in this dark, dark moment."

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