Meaning of TIMING in English

TIMING

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ exact , precise

There is disagreement within the government over the exact ~ of the referendum.

▪ convenient , fortuitous

The ~ of the meeting is not convenient.

▪ inconvenient , unfortunate

the unfortunate ~ of the announcement

▪ accurate , careful , good , great , impeccable , perfect

▪ right

He knew the ~ was right for a comeback.

▪ bad , poor

▪ split-second

▪ comedic ( esp. AmE ), comic

VERB + TIMING

▪ have

He has the split-second ~ all good players need.

PREPOSITION

▪ with … ~

The punchline was delivered with perfect comic ~.

PHRASES

▪ get the ~ right , get the ~ wrong

▪ a matter of ~

Using press releases to good effect is a matter of ~.

▪ a sense of ~

She has a wonderful sense of ~.

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