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good time

This page is about the collocation good time

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

an enjoyable or fun experience

For example

  • Did you have a good time at the party?

  • We shared many good times when we were young.

Note:
A similar collocation is "(to make) good time" which means to travel as quickly as, or quicker than, expected. For example, "The traffic wasn't too bad, so we made good time."

Quick Quiz

Where would you expect to have a good time?

a. at a dental clinic

b. at a police station

c. at a pop concert

Contributor: Matt Errey