Idiom: (just) in the nick of time
— You got here just in the nick of time. The movie’s about to start.
— I stayed up all night but I managed to finish my term paper in the nick of time.
— We made it to the airport in the nick of time to catch our flight.
— The tourists made it back to the bus in the nick of time. We were about to have to leave the museum without them.
— I found a job just in the nick of time before I had to give up my apartment and move home.
— My father always leaves late for appointments but somehow arrives in the nick of time.
— I was so stressed waiting for my passport but it arrived in the nick of time for us to depart for our vacation.
— I paid $50 extra for express courier morning service so my application would arrive in the nick of time.
— If we're lucky, our train will get there in the nick of time for us to transfer to the last bus.
— The funding for the program arrived in the nick of time before we had to let some of our team members go.
— Our visas were granted in the nick of time before our trip.
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