Meaning of “there's a time and a place (for everything)” in the English Dictionary

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"there's a time and a place (for everything)" in British English

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there's a time and a place (for everything)

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said when someone is behaving in a way that you do not think is suitable for the situation they are in

(Definition of “there's a time and a place (for everything)” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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