time to run

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(It's) time to run.

 and (It's) time to move along.; (It's) time to push along.; (It's) time to push off.; (It's) time to split.
Inf. an announcement of one's desire or need to depart. (See also (I) have to shove off and (It's) time to hit the road for an illustration of other possible variations.) Andy: Time to push off. I've got to get home. Henry: See you, dude. John: It's time to split. I've got to go. Sue: Okay. See you tomorrow.
See also: run, time
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Around 100 pupils combed the beach in groups and collected 10 bags of litter, which they took the time to split into recycling and litter so that it could be disposed of by the council in the right way.
A year before that, Marlowe, an established Southern California- based broadcaster who left Fox Sports to do events for ESPN, was up for the Lakers' radio play-by-play job when the team decided it was time to split the simulcast that the late Chick Hearn had mastered for so many years.
Q Can you explain why my peace lily produces green flowers instead of white, and also tell me the best time to split a peace lily?
This one of a kind software helps mold designers significantly reduce the time to split plastic parts into cores and cavities, and add side cores, pins, and electrodes.
Some of the bees will take advantage of the weather,'' she said ``They're tired of the hive, and they look at it as an ideal time to split the hive.