Meaning of in no time in English:

in no time

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phrase

(also in less than no time)
  • Very quickly or very soon.

    ‘the video has sold 30,000 copies in no time’
    • ‘The pitch was rigged in no time and we were soon at the bottom and making our way to Bridge Hall.’
    • ‘Otherwise, it may well find itself mopping up another banking mess in no time.’
    • ‘A country woman appeared in no time, holding a bundle of umbrellas in her hands.’
    • ‘Our factory had to relocate and we were handed discharge letters in no time.’
    • ‘It was a revue all written in no time and the cast was packed with starving talent.’
    • ‘They greeted each other just like usual and in no time, Harry and Mark were on their third round of drinks.’
    • ‘If he keeps this up, the harsh memories of last year's Leinster final will be forgotten in no time.’
    • ‘When my wife and I were mugged someone got a police officer in no time but we should be trying to prevent the attacks happening.’
    • ‘The police arrived in no time, but the residents would not go unless power supply was restored.’
    • ‘A family of four can fill a wheelie bin in no time - even if they comply with the advice to sort and crush their rubbish.’
    soon, very soon, in a second, in a minute, in a moment, in a trice, in a flash, shortly, any second, any minute, any minute now, in a short time, in an instant, in less than no time, in no time at all, in next to no time, before you know it, before long
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