Definition of 'daylight'
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Example sentences containing 'daylight'
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The problem is what happens when broad daylight comes into the equation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One summer we were burgled in broad daylight and it was entirely our fault. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When I awoke, it was broad daylight and the full sun was glaring straight into my eyes. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Net curtains can steal natural daylight from a room. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Remember this was all happening in broad daylight. The Sun (2007)The time for wasting daylight is over. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The short winter days mean some of us barely see daylight in our working week. The Sun (2015)So why are so many outwardly respectable people getting away with daylight robbery? Times, Sunday Times (2009)If we win it puts some daylight between us and them. The Sun (2014)He should also make an effort to increase his exposure to natural daylight in the morning. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Many sites are being looted in broad daylight and at least one bulldozer is being used. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Or you may simply run out of time or daylight. Crawshaw's Watercolour Studio (1993)She tells me of the shock of seeing daylight for the first time in so long. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is little more than daylight robbery. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Go to a window and look in a compact mirror in natural daylight. The Sun (2007)He is better in smaller fields when he can see daylight. The Sun (2006)And that sounds suspiciously like daylight robbery to us. The Sun (2011)Getting outside increases your exposure to natural daylight. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But justice has to be seen in broad daylight. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He wanted to be in and out to preserve daylight flying time because there were loads of electricity pylons around. The Sun (2013)It was daylight all the time. FIGHTER BOYS: Saving Britain 1940 (2003)Right in the street, in broad daylight. Somewhere East of Life (1994)They caught some MPs engaged in daylight robbery. The Sun (2012)With the short hours of daylight putting sunshine at a premium, this has made for a particularly dismal time. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Both crave daylight, so put them near a window and regularly turn them so that they get light all round. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Justice usually requires broad daylight. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The shorter hours of daylight and lower sun in the sky tend to make September cooler than August. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If the periods of daylight and dark had a total of twelve hours each, then an hour's duration would inevitably reflect the vagaries of location and season. The Constraints of Corporate Tradition (1987)
Trends of 'daylight'
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Translations for 'daylight'
British English: daylight NOUN
Daylight is the natural light that there is during the day, before it gets dark.
It was still daylight but all the cars had their headlights on.
Definition of daylight from the Collins English Dictionary
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