Definition of 'daytime'
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And a fondness for watching daytime quiz shows. The Sun (2016)Please include a full address and daytime telephone number. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Make sure to include a daytime phone number. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Please make sure to include a daytime telephone number. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Please include a daytime telephone number. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Include a daytime phone number. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The pair had to sit through hours of daytime talk shows while researching the series. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Please include a full address and a daytime telephone number. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Please include a full address and daytime contact number. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You must include a daytime phone number. The Sun (2006)Please give a daytime telephone number and as much detail about your car as you can. Times, Sunday Times (2007)No matter that the music she makes is not the stuff of daytime radio. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Include your address and daytime phone number if possible. The Sun (2012)Letters must include a daytime telephone number. Times, Sunday Times (2008)All entries must include a daytime telephone number and full address. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Just show up during daytime hours. The Sun (2016)Remember to include your name, address and a daytime telephone number. The Sun (2006)I also think female solo slots are important and there should be more in daytime radio. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Please supply us with a daytime telephone number, the town you live in and as much detail about your car as you can. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I'm also quite proud that tracks have made it on to daytime radio. The Sun (2014)They've headlined festivals, sold impressive amounts of records and are as at home on daytime radio as they are on rock shows. The Sun (2007)
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Translations for 'daytime'
British English: daytime /ˈdeɪˌtaɪm/ NOUN
Daytime is the part of a day when it is light.
In the daytime he stayed in his room.
- American English: daytime
- Arabic: نَهَار
- Brazilian Portuguese: dia
- Chinese: 日间
- Croatian: dan
- Czech: den
- Danish: dagtimer
- Dutch: overdag periode tussen zonsopgang en zonsondergang
- European Spanish: día
- Finnish: päiväsaika
- French: journée
- German: Tag
- Greek: ημέρα
- Italian: giorno
- Japanese: 昼間
- Korean: 주간
- Norwegian: dagtid
- Polish: dzień
- European Portuguese: dia
- Romanian: zi
- Russian: светлое время суток
- Spanish: día
- Swedish: dag
- Thai: เวลากลางวัน
- Turkish: gündüz
- Ukrainian: денний час
- Vietnamese: ban ngày
British English: daytime ADJECTIVE
Daytime television and radio is broadcast during the morning and afternoon on weekdays.
...a new package of daytime programmes.
Definition of daytime from the Collins English Dictionary
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