Definition of 'prime time'
Example sentences containing 'prime time'
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Bank holidays were prime time for pink sugar legs and false teeth and she couldn't herself get away. MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2002)
I mean Mighty Joey Young, with films and albums and concert dates, and his own prime time TV show. (2002)
Trends of 'prime time'
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Translations for 'prime time'
British English: prime time NOUN
Prime time television or radio programmes are broadcast when the greatest number of people are watching television or listening to the radio, usually in the evenings.
...a prime-time television show.
- American English: prime time
- Brazilian Portuguese: horário nobre
- Chinese: 黄金时段
- European Spanish: horario de máxima audiencia
- French: prime-time
- German: Hauptsendezeit
- Italian: fascia di massimo ascolto
- Japanese: ゴールデンアワー
- Korean: 황금 시간대
- European Portuguese: horário nobre
- Spanish: horario de máxima audiencia
Definition of prime time from the Collins English Dictionary
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