Dictionary Definition
times
Noun
1 the circumstances and ideas of the present age;
"behind the times"; "in times like these" [syn: modern
times, present
time, modern
world, contemporary
world]
2 an arithmetic operation that is the inverse of
division; the product of two numbers is computed; "the
multiplication of four by three gives twelve"; "four times three
equals twelve" [syn: multiplication]
User Contributed Dictionary
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English
Pronunciation
 /taɪmz/, /taImz/

 Rhymes with: aɪmz
Noun
times (plural) Plural of time
 The circumstances of a certain
time.
 Modern times are so very different from the past.
Preposition
 multiplied by.
 Seven times three is twentyone.
Derived terms
Related terms
 × (the multiplication sign)
Translations
multiplied by
Verb
times thirdperson singular of time
Extensive Definition
Times may refer to:
Newspapers
 The Times, UK
 The New York Times
 The Sunday Times (disambiguation)
 The Sunday Times, UK
 The Irish Times
 Los Angeles Times
 Quad City Times, western Illinois and easter Iowa
 The Times of India
 The Times (Shreveport), Louisiana
 The Straits Times, Singapore
 The Times of Northwest Indiana
 The Times (Malta)
 China Times, Taiwan
 Taipei Times, Taiwan
 The Seattle Times
 Northern District Times, Sydney, Australia
Other
 TIMES, Tournament In Management and Engineering Skills, business case competition
 Times, multiplication in mathematics
 The Times (band), a British 1980s–90s, independent band
 The Times showband, Irish showband 1968–82
 Times Roman, a typeface
 The Times Group, one of the largest media services conglomerates in India
 Times RSS, a newspaper like RSS reader for mac
See also
 The Sunday Times magazine, supplement of The Sunday Times, UK
 Time (disambiguation)
times in Welsh: Times
times in German: Times
times in Spanish: Times
times in French: Times
times in Norwegian: Times
times in Polish: Times
times in Portuguese: Times
times in Turkish: Times
Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words
affairs, circumstances, concerns, condition of things,
conditions, contemporaneity,
contemporaneousness,
dealings, doings, goingson, historical
present, life, march of
events, matters,
modernity, newness, now, nowadays, nowness, our times, present, present tense, presentness, proceedings, relations, run of things,
state of affairs, the Now Generation, the nonce, the now, the
present, the present age, the present day, the present hour, the
present juncture, the present time, the time being, the times, the
world, these days, this day, this hour, this instant, this moment,
this point, this stage, today, what happens