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(Definition of time frame from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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time framenoun [C, usually singular]

(also timeframe, time-frame) uk   us  
a particular ​period of ​time in which something must be done: within a time frame The ​company may not ​meet its ​targets within the ​time frame. a 120-day/24-month/10-year ​time frame a limited/​short/​longtime framea time frame for sth Yesterday, the ​troubledairlinepublicly announced a ​time frame for a possible ​liquidation.a time frame for doing sth A good ​projectmanager must have a ​solid grasp of the team's ​workload, ​productivity, and timeframe for completing the ​project.put/set a time frame on sth It's hard to put a time-frame on how ​long it will take to ​implement the ​recommendations.
(Definition of time frame from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “time frame”
in Chinese (Simplified) (安排进行某活动的)时间框架,时间范围…
in Chinese (Traditional) (安排進行某活動的)時間框架,時間範圍…
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