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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
time limit
▪ You have a 50-minute time limit for the test.
▪ If the three-day time limit is not complied with the certificate will only cover costs incurred after the date of issue.
▪ One possible solution is for the last step in the procedure to be the subject of a strict time limit.
▪ There is no time limit on filing serious criminal charges.
▪ This presumably means that leave must be sought to file a supplementary statement where any time limit for filing evidence has expired.
time limit

alt. 1 a time by which something must finish 2 a duration beyond which something may not exceed n. 1 a time by which something must finish 2 a duration beyond which something may not exceed

time limit

n. a time period within which something must be done or completed

Time Limit (film)

Time Limit is a 1957 legal drama film directed by Karl Malden, based on the Broadway play of the same name written by Henry Denker and Ralph Berkey. The film is Malden's only directing credit; in his autobiography, Malden stated that he "preferred being a good actor to being a fairly good director."

Richard Widmark co-produced the film and stars alongside Richard Basehart, who was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actor for his performance.

Time limit

A time limit or deadline is a narrow field of time, or a particular point in time, by which an objective or task must be accomplished. Once that time has passed, the item may be considered overdue (e.g., for work projects or school assignments). In the case of work assignments or projects that are not completed by the deadline, this may adversely affect the employee's performance rating. In the case of school assignments, essays or reports submitted after the deadline, marks or grades may be deducted from the student's assessment.

In some cases, no materials can be submitted after the deadline. This may occur with Calls for Proposal, commercial tenders for bids, and application dates for universities and professional schools. For tests and examinations in schools, universities and job competitions, once the time limit for the test is up, the test-takers must put down their pens or pencils and hand in their test.

In project management, deadlines are most often associated with milestone goals.

Time Limit (horse)

Time Limit (1995-1998) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse out of Gilded Time who broke down in the 1998 Jim Beam Stakes along with another colt by the name of Sorceror, who was out of Summer Squall. Event of the Year won the race. Time Limit and Sorceror were both Kentucky Derby prospects.

Category:1995 racehorse births Category:1998 racehorse deaths

Time Limit (song)

is a song by Japanese musician Hikaru Utada. It was released as a double A-side single with the song " For You" on June 30, 2000.

Time limit (disambiguation)

A time limit is a narrow field of time by which an objective or task must be accomplished.

Time limit may also refer to:

  • Time Limit (film), a 1957 drama film
  • Time Limit (horse), an American Thoroughbred racehorse
  • "Time Limit" (song), a 2000 R&B single by Hikaru Utada
  • Time limit (video gaming), a method of making gameplay faster
Time limit (video gaming)

A time limit is a phrase in video game terminology that is used to make gameplay faster on the threat of losing a life. A typical time limit can range from a single second to multiple minutes.

Usage examples of "time limit".

If the temperature was raised farther, or the humidity got worse, that time limit would be reduced.

She was playing her son David and Raupasha simultaneously, with a time limit on her moves.

Perhaps only a time limit had governed their visit, a full day and night of planetary time.

Once the time limit has passed, an event in the past will be annulled.