Definition of 'record time'
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The flight usually takes about an hour, but the record time is 35 minutes. The Sun (2016)That race was run in almost course record time despite the early gallop being steady. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You three did it in a record time of three minutes. The Sun (2009)You can pick up new job skills in record time and find quick answers to questions that puzzle others. The Sun (2010)But despite bosses promising to up the ante with the trials this year, they finished in record time. The Sun (2009)But he finished in record time with 90 seconds to spare, bagging eight stars. The Sun (2011)
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