there's no time like the present

there's no time like the present

If something is a good idea, is worth doing, or needs to be done, it should be done now or as soon as possible. A: "When do you want me to start cleaning the house?" B: "Well, there's no time like the present." There's no time like the present, so let's go ahead and get the application started.
See also: like, no, present, time
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(There's) no time like the present.

Prov. Cliché Do what you are supposed to do now. (You can use this to suggest that something be done right away.) Jill: When should we start cleaning up the house? Jane: No time like the present. Start studying for the big exam now, instead of waiting till the night before. There's no time like the present.
See also: like, no, present, time
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

no time like the present, there's

Do or say it now, as in Go ahead and call him-there's no time like the present. This adage was first recorded in 1562. One compiler of proverbs, John Trusler, amplified it: "No time like the present, a thousand unforeseen circumstances may interrupt you at a future time" ( Proverbs Exemplified, 1790).
See also: like, no, time
The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer. Copyright © 2003, 1997 by The Christine Ammer 1992 Trust. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

(there is) no time like the present

used to suggest that something should be done now rather than later.
See also: like, no, present, time
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(there’s) no time like the ˈpresent

(saying) the best time to do something is now: ‘When do you want me to start the decorating?’ ‘Well, no time like the present, is there?’
See also: like, no, present, time
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