Definition of 'closing time'
Example sentences containing 'closing time'
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He and Joe pitched up at the café an hour before closing time, and took two seats at the counter, just like before. GO! (2001)Then Maggie said, "It's nearly closing time, Coll, throw everyone out. GO! (2001)In those cases, we just wander in after closing time and drape the place in all the electronic surveillance a body could want. KICK BACK (2001)
Translations for 'closing time'
British English: closing time /ˈkləʊzɪŋ taɪm/ NOUN
Closing time is the time when something such as a shop, library, or pub closes and people have to leave.
We were in the pub until closing time.
- American English: closing time
- Arabic: وَقْتُ الإغْلَاق
- Brazilian Portuguese: hora de fechar
- Chinese: 结束营业的时间
- Croatian: vrijeme zatvaranja
- Czech: zavírací doba
- Danish: lukketid
- Dutch: sluitingstijd
- European Spanish: hora de cierre
- Finnish: sulkemisaika
- French: heure de fermeture
- German: Ladenschluss
- Greek: ώρα κλεισίματος
- Italian: orario di chiusura
- Japanese: 閉店時刻
- Korean: 폐점 시간
- Norwegian: stengetid
- Polish: godzina zamknięcia
- European Portuguese: hora de fechar
- Romanian: ora de închidere
- Russian: время закрытия
- Spanish: hora de cierre
- Swedish: stängningsdags
- Thai: เวลาปิด
- Turkish: kapanış saati
- Ukrainian: час закриття
- Vietnamese: giờ đóng cửa
Definition of closing time from the Collins English Dictionary
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