I asked a question on Quora a while ago
The answers are interesting. The word "Conceptually" begets confusion but it all started with the following: "What is Time? Where is it? In a cupboard? Is it really the movement of the arms of your clock?" And a personal answer: "No. The movement of the clock's arms is best qualified as objects moving through space actually! Time is rather a property of space. Time is the thing that makes so that everything doesn't happen at the same time. Time keeps space in order. Time is a description of the sequentiality of space's occurrence".
What's interesting is the mathematical concept of probabilities in comparison: Probabilities are at the opposite. Probabilities assume everything is happening at the same time and flesh out the possibility of a single event. Probabilities ignore the concept of time :) Good morning timeful people :D