have a lot of time for


have a lot of time for
have a lot of time for informal phrase
to like someone or something very much

I have a lot of time for Katy, I think she’s great.

Thesaurus: to love or like a person or thingsynonym
Main entry: time

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • have a lot of time for — (someone/something) to like and admire someone or something. I ve got a lot of time for Jenny. She always has something interesting to say. I ve got a lot of time for his ideas about child psychology …   New idioms dictionary

  • have a lot of time for — informal to like someone or something very much I have a lot of time for Katy, I think she s great …   English dictionary

  • have a lot of time for someone — have a lot of time for (someone/something) to like and admire someone or something. I ve got a lot of time for Jenny. She always has something interesting to say. I ve got a lot of time for his ideas about child psychology …   New idioms dictionary

  • have a lot of time for something — have a lot of time for (someone/something) to like and admire someone or something. I ve got a lot of time for Jenny. She always has something interesting to say. I ve got a lot of time for his ideas about child psychology …   New idioms dictionary

  • have a lot of time for somebody — have a lot of time for sb/sth idiom (informal, especially BrE) to like and be interested in sb/sth • I ve always had a lot of time for Mary. Main entry: ↑timeidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have a lot of time for something — have a lot of time for sb/sth idiom (informal, especially BrE) to like and be interested in sb/sth • I ve always had a lot of time for Mary. Main entry: ↑timeidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have time — 1 : to be able to use an amount of time for a particular purpose “Can you go to the store for me?” “I m sorry, but I don t have time.” [=I m too busy] Unfortunately, I haven t got (the) time. We re on a deadline, but he acts like we have all the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • time — [[t]ta͟ɪm[/t]] ♦ times, timing, timed 1) N UNCOUNT Time is what we measure in minutes, hours, days, and years. ...a two week period of time... Time passed, and still Ma did not appear... As time went on the visits got more and more regular... The …   English dictionary

  • time — time1 W1S1 [taım] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(minutes/hours etc)¦ 2¦(on a clock)¦ 3¦(occasion)¦ 4¦(point when something happens)¦ 5¦(period of time)¦ 6¦(available time)¦ 7 all the time 8 most of the time 9 half the time 10 at tim …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • time — time1 [ taım ] noun *** ▸ 1 quantity clock measures ▸ 2 period ▸ 3 occasion/moment ▸ 4 time available/needed ▸ 5 how fast music is played ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) uncount the quantity that you measure using a clock: Time seemed to pass more quickly than… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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