with time to spare

with time to spare

Without exceeding the time allotted or anticipated; earlier than required. Wow, with all that traffic, I can't believe I got home with time to spare! I finished my test with time to spare.
See also: spare, time
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Airline steward Anthony Ftime, 21, who moved to Germany more than 10 years ago, found himself with time to spare after arriving on a flight.
30am hoping to reach the hospital with time to spare for his 9.
Canham, 24, at Ascot to celebrate the birthday of his girlfriend's 86-year-old grandmother, made it with time to spare and was given the keys to the car by Frankie Dettori.
Having finished as runnerup in the tournament no fewer than three times, the Scots tennis ace has taken to the physio bed to iron out any possible issues with time to spare.
OPR finished on 136-4 from their 16 overs, but it proved not enough as Kamran Mansoor's 71 saw Kirkwood home with time to spare.
Earlier Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka set up an all-Swiss quarter-final, with time to spare to watch their country's World Cup clash against Argentina.
An arrogant portrayal with time to spare An assured return whatever might befall.
Soap actress heads for maternity leave with final punch P4&5 Knit is it for your summer fashion ideas P6&7 Make your torso a temple but with time to spare P9 Getting Moor out of Spain and a doggy staycation P13&17 9 pages of listings and previews of what to look out for on your TV STARTS P23 What's on where and when?
How can we help both boys and girls to stand alone if they wish to, apart from giving them a loving, happy home with time to spare.
Next to clock, with time to spare, Ovies on he''s almost there.
With time to spare due to the tides in Liverpool the captain gave passengers a tour of the island.
5 : to have left over <I got there with time to spare.
Meeting the deadline with time to spare, Kennedy was able to deliver a $7 million loan in just over a week.
The airline has said that the Muslim travellers arrived too late to make the connecting flight, a claim that has been denied by the pilgrims, who say they arrived at the gate with time to spare and that they were mistreated by airline representatives.
Some people with time to spare volunteer to be bumped.