timelier, comparative; timeliest, superlative
Done or occurring at a favorable or useful time; opportune
- a timely warning
before a time limit expires; "the timely filing of his income tax return"
seasonably: at an opportune time; "your letter arrived apropos"
done or happening at the appropriate or proper time; "a timely warning"; "with timely treatment the patient has a good chance of recovery"; "a seasonable time for discussion"; "the book's publication was well timed"
(timeliness) seasonableness: being at the right time
(timeliness) opportuneness: timely convenience
Punctuality is the characteristic of being able to complete a required task or fulfill an obligation before or at a previously-designated time. "Punctual" is often used synonymously with "on time."
(Timeliness) of information reflects the length of time between the information's availability and the event or phenomenon it describes.
(Timeliness) After the client supplies the appropriate information, Thompson InkWorks will provide an estimated date when the first draft will become available for the client's review, feedback and correction. ...
(Timeliness) A source of competitive advantage that depends on being the first to enter a given market with a product or service.
(Timeliness) CREDIT EXPRESS Limited will endeavour to keep this web site as up-to-date as possible, but all information contained on our web site is subject to change, including interest rates and fees. ...
(Timeliness) Concept that material should be sufficiently current to
(Timeliness) Data are current enough to be valid.
(Timeliness) The extent to which all chargeable inputs to a step have been processed within the time normally allowed for its processing.
(Timeliness) Xairos commits to delivering projects to agreed timescales and offers non-overrun warranties when appropriate
(Timeliness) You should spend no longer than 30 seconds for the time it takes to dose, distribute, tamp, pre-heat, and brew the espresso.
(Timeliness) accounts for meeting datelines, overtime needed to complete the work and other time related issues.
(Timeliness) information about events/situations that is appropriate to the audience at the time it is published or aired. ...
(timeliness) Qualitative characteristic that potentially conflicts with relevance.
(timeliness) The characteristic of a measurement reported in real time or shortly after the events it measures. ...
(timeliness) Value Line's measure of a stock's price performance for the upcoming year
(timeliness) the availability of data at the time required and how up to date that data is.
Timeliness is determined by how the data are being used and their context.
Timeliness is information delivered within an appropriately short time period so that it has usefulness (relevance) to influence decision-makers. top
Soon enough after the end of the reporting period to be useful for affecting decisions or assessments of accountability. (Discussed in Concepts Statement 2 as amended by Concepts Statement 5)
Timely, in terms of residency, is defined by each institution as the reasonable period of time, no more than 30days, in which to produce clear and convincing evidence regarding the petition for in-state tuition classification.