I look at my chrono and see that in five minutes the hopper will come.
He stopped by Jeff Arnold, who was jotting down figures from the chrono.
Crag looked at the chrono, then swung his eyes to the instruments.
A look at the chrono sent the dream out of his head and he hurried through shaving and dressing.
I come back and see by my chrono that the blood-seal should be set; I get my hands under the computer.
before vowels chron-, word-forming element meaning "time," from Latinized form of Greek khrono-, comb. form of khronos "time, a defined time, a lifetime, a season, a while," which is of uncertain origin.
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