“All this time” or “All these time”?

Is “time” plural in the expressions “all the time” and “all these time”? Which is correct?

The first result I get on Google states that the latter is not idiomatic, but apparently “all these moments” are better… I would like to stick to the word ‘time’, however.


Even after all this time, he could still remember...


‘Time’ in the abstract sense is uncountable, as in ‘all the time’ or ‘after all this time’. However, as Dan says, ‘a time’ can also mean an occasion when something happened, as in ‘you were late six times’. So you could say ‘Even after all these times you have been unkind to me, I still love you’.

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