What does quality time mean?


Idiom Meaning:

time spent with friends, family, or loved ones


Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:


Nice Guy Johnny (2010)

Time of Scene: ~00:07:50

Johnny Rizzo: I know what you’re trying to do, Uncle Terry, and I’m not interested. Okay?

Uncle Terry: Wait, you’re not interested in spending a little quality time with your uncle?


Prison Break “The Art of the Deal” (2008)

Time of Scene: ~00:13:20

Michael Scofield: And when the exchange is over, and LJ is safe, you and I are gonna spend some quality time.

Susan B. Anthony: When the exchange is over, you better run for your life.


The Thick of It “Episode #1.2” (2005)

Time of Scene: ~00:00:50

Hugh Abbott: All I do. I work, I eat, I shower, that’s it. Occasionally I take a dump, just as a sort of treat. I mean that really is my treat. I sit there and I think, no, I’m not gonna read the New Statesman. This time is just for me. This is quality time just for me. Is it normal?



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