|evening of a weekday||weeknight|
|(Informal) night; period of time between sunset and sunrise; darkness; end of the evening||nite|
|active at night, daily period of darkness, dark or darkened state, evening devoted to special activity, goodnight, nightfall, occurring at night, of the period of time between sunset and sunrise; of night; pertaining to the end of the evening, period o...||night|
|active in low light, like twilight, pertaining to twilight, of the period immediately after sunset or before sunrise; (about animals) active during the twilight hours, active in the early evening or early morning||crepuscular|
|active in the evening, appearing in the evening, of evening; blooming in the evening (of plants), active in the evening (of animals), opening in the evening||vespertine|
|afternoon and evening, time after noon; hours between noon and midnigh, p.m.||post meridiem|
|afternoon and evening, time after noon; hours between noon and midnight, relating to afternoon||postmeridian|
|afternoon, evening (Australian slang)||arvo|
|aligned, all the way, at the same height, become even; make even; make level, smooth; balance, calm and steady, equal in amount, evening, exact in amount, exactly divisible by two, furthermore, level or equalize, not changing or fluctuating, not owing ...||even|
|altar cloth covering, book of prayers and hymns, evening prayer book; altar cover, of vespers, of evening prayer||vesperal|
|appropriate for work, regular, routine, daily; weekday, routine and commonplace, workday||workaday|
|banquet, evening meal; lunch; main meal of the day; festive meal, food served for dinner, full-course restaurant meal||dinner|
|beat on something with steady rhythm, call to return to quarters, evening military display for entertainment, make tattoo, permanent picture or design on skin, permanent skin decoration in which ink is inserted under the skin; cry, shout; trumpet or bu...||tattoo|
|before meal, before the meal, (usually) before the evening meal||preprandial|
|beginning of evening||evenfall|
|Carolina yellow jasmine, evening trumpet flower, poisonous climbing plant, yellow jessamine||Carolina jasmine|
|day before festival, day or evening before a holiday or other event; period of time before an important event||eve|
|daylight saving time; time in which clocks are advanced by one hour in order to gain a longer period of daylight in the early evening||DST|
|days of rest at the end of the week, from Friday evening to Sunday evening, spend or pass the weekend, spend the weekend somewhere||weekend|
|daytime between midday and evening, greeting, latter part, period of time between 12 noon and evening, period of time between noon and evening||afternoon|
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