[ tahymd-ri-lees ]
/ ˈtaɪmd rɪˈlis /
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Is It “Sometime,” “Sometimes,” Or “Some Time”?While they appear very similar, sometime, sometimes, and some time have slightly different meanings. Sometime means a vague point in time, and usually refers to a long amount of time. Sometimes means occasionally. Some time refers to a period of time. Sometime Sometime refers to an unspecified point in time. It functions as an adverb, and is also synonymous with someday, one day, or sooner …
Origin of timed-release
First recorded in 1975–80
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Medicine definitions for timed-release
Releasing ingredients gradually to produce a sustained effect.
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