Chinese (Traditional) translation of “time”
time noun (OCCASION)
› [C] an occasion or period, or the experience connected with it
The last time we went to Paris, it rained every day.
Every time/Each time I ask you to do something, you always say you're too busy.
They go swimming three or four times a week.
There are times when I wish I didn't live where I do.
The UK four-times/US four-time champion (= the person who had been the winner on four occasions in the past) was unexpectedly defeated in the second round of the competition.
If I'd known at the time (= then) that she was his former wife, I'd never have said what I did.
Sometimes I enjoy my English lessons, but at other times (= on other occasions) I find them really boring.
For the umpteenth/hundredth/thousandth time, (= I've told you on many occasions to) stop hitting your sister.
Did you have a bad/good time (= an unenjoyable/enjoyable experience) at the conference?
She had an easy/hard time of it (= a comfortable/uncomfortable experience) with the birth of her second baby.
Points in timeExperiencing and suffering at all times › continuously
When you're at the airport, you should make sure you have your luggage with you at all times.
Always and never at (any) one time (also at a time, also at any given time) › at or during any particular point or moment in the day
Only a certain number of people are allowed in the building at any one time.
I'm sorry, but I'm too busy to help you now - I can only do one thing at a time.
Points in time at times › sometimes
You can be really annoying at times, you know.
Rarely and infrequently the times UK › on many occasions
The times I've told you, ask before you borrow my clothes.
Continually and repeatedly