Definition of 'PM'
Example sentences containing 'pm'
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On that one, I also changed the time to nine-fifteen pm. A CONVICTION OF GUILTThe magazine wanted the illustrations by tonight, 6 pm latest. SANDS OF TIME (2003)
As Erin reached for the door handle, she noticed that a sign on the door said the disco opened at nine pm.
Trends of 'PM'
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Translations for 'PM'
British English: p.m. /piː ɛm/ ABBREVIATION
p.m. is used after a number to show that you are referring to a particular time between noon and midnight. p.m. is an abbreviation for `post meridiem'.
The library is open from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. every day.
- American English: p.m.
- Arabic: مَسَاءً
- Brazilian Portuguese: p.m. horas
- Chinese: 下午
- Croatian: poslijepodne
- Czech: odpoledne
- Danish: om eftermiddagen
- Dutch: p.m.
- European Spanish: de la tarde
- Finnish: iltapäivällä
- French: de l’après-midi
- German: nachmittags
- Greek: μ.μ.
- Italian: pomeridiano
- Japanese: 午後の
- Korean: 오후
- Norwegian: ettermiddag
- Polish: po południu
- European Portuguese: depois do meio-dia horas
- Romanian: p.m.
- Russian: после полудня
- Spanish: de la tarde
- Swedish: e.m.
- Thai: ตัวย่อของเวลาตั้งแต่หลังเที่ยงวันถึงเที่ยงคืน
- Turkish: öğleden sonra
- Ukrainian: Час після полудня
- Vietnamese: chiều tối
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