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    #1

    'To do/accomplish something in record time'

    What does that mean? When is it right to use it? Help!


    • Join Date: May 2008
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    #2

    Re: 'To do/accomplish something in record time'

    It means to do something particularly quickly and efficiently.

    "I finished the paperwork in record time."

    "I finished the paperwork very quickly."



    I'm not a teacher.
    Last edited by colloquium; 25-Jun-2008 at 10:29.

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