timepass


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timepass

(ˈtaɪmˌpɑːs)
n
a way of passing the time
vb
(intr) to pass the time
adj
moderately entertaining: a timepass movie.
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This SCI unit has also developed three new biometric applications -- BioEntry, TimePass, and IDTech -- which the company plans to launch this year.
At this stage of his career, Akshay cannot do timepass films.
Impressively, the film never makes pretences of being anything beyond weekend timepass.
It entails a practical form of ethical self-cultivation (Yeung 2010) that is crucial to the valorization of timepass in the face of elders' disapproval.
JAMMU and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah may believe exit polls are a ' great ' timepass.
For true-blue lovers of the vampire movie, though, Daybreakers might -- just might -- guarantee 100-odd minutes of pure timepass.