in time

[in time] {adv.} or {adj. phr.} 1. Soon enough.

We got toWashington in time for the cherry blossoms.

We got to the stationjust in time to catch the bus.

John liked to get to work in goodtime and talk. to the man who worked on his machine before him.

2. Inthe end; after a while; finally.

Fred and Jim did not like eachother at first, but in time they became friends.

3. In the rightrhythm; in step.

The marchers kept in time with the band.

Johnny didn't play his piano piece in time.