preposition of time

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When to use ‘on time’ and when to use ‘in time’?

‘On time’ means ‘at the planned time’; that is, neither too early nor too late. The opposite is ‘early’ or ‘late.’ It is often used to refer to timetabled events. Example: I just checked with the airport; the flight is on time. I want the meeting to start exactly on time. ‘In time’ means ‘with … Continue reading

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