Definition of 'time zone'

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Having homes in all the right time zones is no longer enough. Times, Sunday Times (2006)People who often cross many time zones can experience brain damage and memory problems. Times, Sunday Times (2008)How many time zones are you crossing? Mayes, Kathleen Beat Jet Lag - arrive alert and stay alert (1991)We need to examine the possibility of reducing the number of time zones. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You regularly spend just a few short hours in one time zone before you fly off on the next business trip. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Time zone factors How many zones are you crossing? Mayes, Kathleen Beat Jet Lag - arrive alert and stay alert (1991)Another style features "universal time", showing the time in other cities and time zones around the world. Mayes, Kathleen Beat Jet Lag - arrive alert and stay alert (1991)After just a few days we have crossed so many time zones that I have lost all sense of day and night. Times, Sunday Times (2010)

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Translations for 'time zone'

British English: time zone /taɪm zəʊn/ NOUN
A time zone is one of the areas into which the world is divided where the time is calculated as being a particular number of hours behind or ahead of GMT.
  • American English: time zone
  • Arabic: نِطَاقٌ زَمَنِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: fuso horário
  • Chinese: 时区
  • Croatian: vremenska zona
  • Czech: časové pásmo
  • Danish: tidszone
  • Dutch: tijdzone
  • European Spanish: zona horaria
  • Finnish: aikavyöhyke
  • French: fuseau horaire
  • German: Zeitzone
  • Greek: ζώνη ώρας
  • Italian: fuso orario
  • Japanese: 標準時間帯
  • Korean: 시간대
  • Norwegian: tidssone
  • Polish: strefa czasu
  • European Portuguese: fuso horário
  • Romanian: fus orar
  • Russian: часовой пояс
  • Latin American Spanish: zona horaria
  • Swedish: tidszon
  • Thai: เขตเวลาของโลกซึ่งมี ๒๔ เขต
  • Turkish: zaman dilimi
  • Ukrainian: часова зона
  • Vietnamese: múi giờ


Definition of time zone from the Collins English Dictionary
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