noun, plural temps [French tahn] /French tɑ̃/. Ballet.
- temporomandibular joint syndrome,
- temporomandibular nerve,
- temporoparietal muscle,
- temps levé,
- temps lié,
- tempt fate,
Origin of temps
verb (used without object)
Origin of temp
Examples from the Web for temps
Temps will be above freezing, making gloves no longer a necessity.
Our hero performs prodigies in the valse deux temps, and twirls about until he has not a leg left to stand upon.
Papers like the Temps called upon the government to dissolve the Confederation.Syndicalism in France|Louis Levine
He was on the staff of the Temps from 1830 to 1833, when he became editor of the Constitutionnel for a short time.
It is entitled "Temps Fabuleux," an historical and dogmatic treatise on the true religion.The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell
According to the "Mmoires de mon Temps," this Princess was constantly tormented by the king.Life and Times of Her Majesty Caroline Matilda, Vol. I (of III)|C. F. Lachelles Wraxall
1909 (adj.), 1932 (n.), American English, shortened form of temporary (job, employee, etc.).