What is the meaning of 'time is money'?


What is the meaning of 'time is money'?


An idiom is a phrase where the meaning of the phrase is totally different from the words being used. For example, saying someone 'looks like a million bucks' doesn't mean that they actually look like a stack of dollar bills. Instead, the figurative meaning of that phrase is used to tell someone they look good or happy.

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The idiom 'time is money' is used as another way to say that our time is valuable and things should be done as quickly as possible.

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