All in good time
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all in good time
at some future time; in the near future; in good time; soon. (This phrase is used to encourage people to be patient and wait quietly.) When will the baby be born? All in good time. Mary: I'm starved! When will Bill get here with the pizza? Tom: All in good time, Mary, all in good time.
All in good time.
something that you say to tell someone to be patient because the thing they are eager for will happen when the time is right 'Can we open our presents now?' 'All in good time. Let's wait till Daddy comes.'