out of time (with someone or something)

out of time

Having no more time in which to do something. OK, everyone, please hand in your tests. You're out of time. The bank has said we're out of time to repay our loan.
See also: of, out, time

out of time (with someone or something)

Not following or maintaining the proper rhythm or tempo (along with someone or something). My date was out of time with the music throughout the entire dance. It was so embarrassing! You're never going to be a star if you keeping singing out of time like that.
See also: of, out, someone, time
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out of time

(with someone or something) Go to out of step (with someone or something).
See also: of, out, time
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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