lifetime vs life time

lifetime life time

Definitions

  • 1) The duration of the life of someone or something.
  • 2) informal, hyperbolic A long period of time.
  • 3) The period of time during which an individual is alive.
  • 4) The period of time during which property, an object, a process, or a phenomenon exists or functions.
  • 5) The time that life continues.
  • 6) the period during which something is functional (as between birth and death)
  • 7) The time that one's life continues; duration of life.
  • 8) Continuing for a lifetime; lifelong.
  • 9) Occurring or measured over a person's active career.

Examples

  • 1) We bought the kitchen when we retired thinking it would last our lifetime.
  • 2) The former world champ is facing a lifetime ban.
  • 3) These are pricey but made to last a lifetime.
  • 4) Sometimes the new antler shape lasts a lifetime.
  • 5) The maximum investment allowed in retirement schemes has been cut both in terms of annual contributions and the lifetime allowance.
  • 6) For some of us it was the chance of a lifetime and now we're priced out.
  • 7) West Ham have vowed to issue lifetime bans to troublemakers.
  • 8) We need the courts to issue tens of thousands of lifetime bans to send out a message that driving is a privilege you can lose.
  • 9) Also known as lifetime mortgages, the loans give older homeowners with most of their cash tied up in a property the chance to get out and spend.
  • 10) Slovenia away, where he was dropped for the first time in his international career, suddenly feels like a lifetime ago.
  • 11) It may be only ten years but it seems like a lifetime ago.
  • 12) It may provide a time of deepening relationships and tying up the loose ends of a lifetime.
  • 13) The number of lifetime mortgages on offer is booming.
  • 14) My wife for a lifetime of loving support in a career that is so demanding of commitment.
  • 15) Over a lifetime an average worker is employed by six companies and has to change career twice.
  • 16) It would be the experience of a lifetime.
  • 17) What can he possibly gain by continuing to turn down the chance of a lifetime?
  • 18) lifetime trackers are likely to become increasingly popular.
  • 19) They have memories which will last a lifetime.
  • 20) This effectively meant another lifetime for me to fill with new challenges.
  • 21) There is a curious and perverse incentive in the very concept of a lifetime allowance.
  • 22) It is more than half a lifetime ago and it has all gone so fast.
  • 23) The most popular equity release option is a lifetime mortgage.
  • 24) Final salary schemes are also being replaced by average lifetime earnings.
  • 25) This referendum is a chance of a lifetime to regain control of our own destiny.
  • 26) Lenders are also moving to tie borrowers in to lifetime trackers for longer periods.
  • 27) The love you give will last beyond your lifetime.
  • 28) It could mean a lifetime of isolation and loneliness.
  • 29) Opponents say that it may be the only moment in a lifetime when a person has the opportunity to read great literature.
  • 30) Next to abolition, the wisest thing to do would be to leave the lifetime allowance alone.
  • 31) A SCHOOL head and his wife face a lifetime teaching ban for helping pupils cheat in exams.
  • 32) Lloyds said it has not used the term "lifetime" cover since 2007 - and that it was clearly explained in the policy documents, that pet insurance remained an annual insurance policy, and terms and conditions could be altered.
  • 33) Correction, Senator Bennett scored the 64 in 2008, his lifetime is about an 83, not bad.
  • 34) The study also provided an estimate of what it refers to as "lifetime incidence" — given the current abortion rate, the proportion of women estimated to have an abortion in their lifetime by age 45.
  • 35) The greatest magic trick of our lifetime is the Republican Party convincing people to vote against their own interests.
  • 36) Just realizing how technology has advanced in my lifetime is amazing.
  • 37) To put that in perspective, the incident rate of a person being struck by lightning in their lifetime is about 11 times the incidence rate of proven voter fraud in Milwaukee.
  • 38) ‘But, in imposing the lifetime ban, the chairman of the bench said the measure was necessary to protect other animals.’
  • 39) ‘Our wars have taken from us the men and women we honor today and every hour of the lifetimes they had hoped to live.’
  • 40) ‘Detention without any charges and without any court review can last an entire lifetime.’
  • 41) ‘Only in this case, the midlife crisis lasted the entire lifetime, not just in the middle.’
  • 42) ‘And he said he was thrilled to be nominated for the lifetime achievement award.’
  • 43) ‘The man looked at me, the second seeming to last a whole lifetime.’
  • 44) ‘Still we manage to spend whole lifetimes together based on such understandings.’
  • 45) ‘The 2004 data also show that lifetime inhalant use for eighth graders increased significantly.’
  • 46) ‘Facing greater competition, employers have eliminated lifetime employment guarantees to managers and professionals and reduced salaries.’
  • 47) ‘Yet they appreciate that each has had a lifetime's worth of rich experiences while they were apart.’
  • 48) ‘Most medieval people lived out their short lifetimes within a radius of fifty miles of their birthplace.’
  • 49) ‘If not, he's faced with undoing a lifetime's worth of assumptions.’
  • 50) ‘How can they be swimming lifetime bests so late in the game?’
  • 51) ‘He has given a lifetime of service to Ireland, and made huge sacrifices.’
  • 52) ‘She gave a lifetime of service to the nursing profession and her community.’
  • 53) ‘Some healthcare providers indicate that they will archive medical records for a person's lifetime plus seven years.’
  • 54) ‘They destroyed a lifetime's work and thousands of pounds worth of gardening equipment.’
  • 55) ‘Representing such a lifetime's work on a single disc is a near impossible task.’
  • 56) ‘Although this may seem steep, you are benefiting from a lifetime of experience.’
  • 57) ‘Both authors combine a lifetime of clinical experience with a keen interest in research methodology.’
  • 58) ‘Today, at the start of the 21st century, human lifetimes are being extended while the lifetimes of new technologies are becoming shorter and shorter.’
  • 59) ‘Then, they make sure those roofs get the attention they deserve to extend their useful lifetimes.’
  • 60) ‘The potential for improved radiation resistance of thin-film solar cells relative to single-crystal cells could extend the mission lifetimes substantially.’
  • 61) ‘Pitting allows atomic oxygen, present in low Earth orbits, to react with an exposed surface, causing corrosion and reducing the serviceable lifetimes of satellites.’
  • 62) ‘This is a good thing because it probably extends the expected lifetime of the drives significantly.’
  • 63) ‘Binding of phenol to one site extends the lifetime of the other two in the trimer.’
  • 64) ‘Now they're held by big corporates, and often extended beyond the lifetime of the product.’
  • 65) ‘Nuclear is megalithic in its production capacity and timescales - reactor commissioning can take ten years or more, with reactor lifetimes of decades followed by expensive decommissioning.’
  • 66) ‘This cemented its leadership in the industry for six years - several lifetimes in the world of high tech - and in the process made personal computers a reality for the home user.’
  • 67) ‘But in the new economy, 10 years is like 10 lifetimes.’
  • 68) ‘Also, among birds their migration route is a round-trip one, which they make more than once in their lifetimes, while for the monarch it is strictly a one-way trip for each butterfly.’
  • 69) ‘We measured the chlorophyll fluorescence lifetimes of barley leaves preheated to selected temperatures corresponding to important points in the FTC.’
  • 70) ‘As before, these costs are for 30-year project lifetimes discounted at a 4% real interest rate.’
  • 71) ‘The novelty-averse rats commonly lived about 600 days, compared with 700-day lifetimes for the bolder rats.’
  • 72) ‘His point, a valid one, is that clinical trials have tended to get longer, larger, and more expensive, while patent lifetimes aren't changing.’
  • 73) ‘In the above example, the data compromised at least two populations of dwell-times with the mean lifetimes separated by about an order of magnitude.’
  • 74) ‘One would expect that a single tryptophan residue should have only one excited state lifetime.’
  • 75) ‘Bond lifetimes were measured directly, and rupture force calculated from the trap stiffness.’
  • 76) ‘Fig. 9 shows the average hydrogen bond lifetimes of each amino acid in the sampled peptides.’
  • 77) ‘An individual base pair has an average lifetime in the range of 10 seconds.’
  • 78) ‘It took a lifetime for the elevator doors to open on my floor, and it took another lifetime to walk to my apartment door.’
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