tempus fugit


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tempus fugit

(ˈtɛmpəs ˈfjuːdʒɪt; -ɡɪt)
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) time flies
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tem•pus fu•git

(ˈtɛm pʊs ˈfu gɪt; Eng. ˈtɛm pəs ˈfyu dʒɪt)
Latin.
time flies.
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tempus fugit

A Latin phrase meaning time flies.
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