Behind the times = antiquado.
“Bob is a bit behind the times – he doesn’t know how to use a computer, much less a smartphone!”
Have the time of your life = Ter uma experiencia muito legal.
“My kids had the time of their lives at Disney World.”
Have a hell of a time = Uma experiencia muito difícil.
“I’m having a hell of a time trying to install this software – every time I try, I get a different error message.”
Have a lot of time in your hands = Ter muito tempo livre.
“That guy completely covered the walls of his room with colored pencil drawings. He must have a lot of time on his hands!”
Only a matter of time = algo que vai definitivamente acontecer, não importa o tempo que leve.
“The company has lost money for the third year in a row; it’s only a matter of time before it goes bankrupt.”
Time Flies = O tempo passa muito rápido.
“Your son is already 12 years old? I remember when he was a baby! How time flies…”