Definition of timming
1. timing [ n ] the time when something happensUsed in print:
(The Dallas Morning News,...)
Place_kicking is largely a matter of timing , Moritz declared .
Practice helps you to get your timing down .
`` It 's kind_of like golf - if you do n't swing a club very often , your timing gets off '' .
(Bonnie Prudden, "The Dancer and the Gymnast"...)
The gymnast must develop strength , flexibility , coordination , timing , rhythm , courage , discipline , persistence and the desire for perfection .Synonyms timing Related Terms temporal_arrangement presentness punctuality seasonableness spark_advance approach earliness pastness unseasonableness simultaneity lateness futurity tardiness time early present late past future preceding succeeding middle
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