What is the meaning of the expression "time conflict"?

1 Answer
Jun 5, 2018

It means that you have two events or appointments at the same time, so it creates a problem.


If someone had a time conflict, they have "double-booked". They have planned things at the same time, or too close together to make it feasible.

See these examples:

Lydia has a time conflict because she scheduled a meeting the same time that she has a doctor's appointment.

I have a time conflict that day, can we meet next week instead?

Joe needs to take two classes at the same time, so he is in a time conflict.

Hope this helps!