Verbs "in time" and "on time" How to use?

11 years ago
Asked 11 years ago
tapan

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"On time = at the planned time; neither late nor early:

Peter wants the meeting to start exactly on time.

In time = with enough time to spare; before the last moment:

He would have died if they hadn’t got him to the hospital in time." p. 450
Answered 11 years ago
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