Translation of betimes in Spanish:

betimes

con tiempo, adv.

Pronunciation /bəˈtaɪmz//bɪˈtʌɪmz/

adverb

archaic

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    (in good time) con tiempo
    (in good time) con anticipación
    (soon) pronto
    (early) temprano
    • And the LORD God of their fathers sent to them by his messengers, rising up betimes, and sending; because he had compassion on his people, and on his dwelling place:
    • Up pretty betimes, but yet I observe how my dancing and lying a morning or two longer than ordinary for my cold do make me hard to rise as I used to do, or look after my business as I am wont.
    • People Rise Betimes to Quaff the Health-Giving Waters in Central Park.
    • Up very betimes and walked (my boy with me) to Mr. Cole’s, and after long waiting below, he being under the barber’s hands, I spoke with him, and he did give me much hopes of getting my debt that my brother owed me, and also that things would go well with my father.
    • Up betimes, my wife having a mind to have gone abroad with me, but I had not because of troubling me, and so left her, though against my will, to go and see her father and mother by herself.