フレーズ: All The Time In The World
This expression is usually used when someone wants to say they are not in a rush or they want to ease their partner’s nerves. It is also sometimes used to criticize someone who is taking too much time to do something.
A: You called me?
B: Are you busy right now? Could I talk to you about something?
A: No, I’m not busy. I’ve got all the time in the world.
A: Quit acting like we have all the time in the world and get to work!
B: Alright, alright! I’m doing it. Relax!
Keep studying! You’ve got all the time in the world.
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