taem, n., [From English] time; occasion.
temeln.poss.3stemel a taem er ngii; belsechel a riid.
er a rokui el taemexpr.always; all the time.
> I wasted my time going because there was nothing for me to buy.
> The child may be watched/babysat because he behaved well last time.
> I'll catch Helen at lunchtime.
> I feel nostalgic about the Japanese times.
> I don't have time to go to the party.
More Examples:
> It is weird being married. You're not on your own anymore. It's like something is attached to you all the time.
> Kids these days think they are so smart.
> Did you get an opportunity to study for the test tomorrow?
> Do you want to have lunch or dinner sometime?
> Is it OK for me to call you sometime?

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