One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A very short interval or period.‘the renovations were done in no time’
- ‘In no time at all the firths were fishless deserts and the sea a cemetery without memorials.’
- ‘It's also a doddle to make and takes no time to cook, especially if you grate the carrot.’
- ‘In no time I was dragging my suitcase outside, joining my family on our journey back home.’
- ‘Basically all this juggling means there is little or no time to put anything back.’
- ‘It takes no time to scrub and debeard the things when you've got a host of hands and a few glasses of wine on the go.’
- ‘In no time at all there were far too many commentary posts for anyone to read them all.’
- ‘It takes no time at all to prepare and is a hearty and satisfying autumn or winter meal.’
- ‘In no time at all we were at Poole and after a chat and cup of tea off to bed.’
- ‘In no time at all the fiddler was able to retrieve what was left of his leg and a great cheer went up from the dancers.’
- ‘In no time the heap had heated up so much that it was difficult to keep your hand in it for more than a few seconds.’
Top tips for CV writingRead more
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.