bide time


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Related to bide time: at one time, of late, in no time
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Many unqualified teachers are choosing this profession just to bide time and for additional earnings.
GM spokesman, Tom Wickham, stated that the layoffs at Flint Engine were imminent, as the third shift was only added to bide time for the GM Korea facilities to be up and running to produce the same engine.
Hypothetically, a yeshiva is the perfect place for a lonely and very sad kid to hide out while waiting for college: Just immerse yourself in Talmud study and bide time.
Contrary to what many people might have thought, appetite for quality assets was strong throughout 2010 and 2011 but the compulsion of heavy weight due diligence, almost forensic in some cases, and the gut instinct to bide time, caused many private equity deals to stall or fail.