|(Slang) kill, murder, "bump off"; swindle; cause to become extremely tired, cause exhaustion (e.g.: "That afternoon gym exercise really did me in, I slept for hours when I got home"), kill somebody, tire out||do in|
|24 hours, civil day||calendar day|
|30 minutes, point in time halfway between hours||half-hour|
|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|
|additional time worked, beyond normal length of time, exceeding regular working hours; additional time (as in a sports game in order to break a tie score), extra time, extra time in game, pay for additional time worked, very hard, work beyond regular w...||overtime|
|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|
|amplitude modulation; broadcasting through variations in the width of the radio wave (Electricity), anno mundi, ante meridiem; morning, time before noon; hours between midnight and noon; nickname for a morning newspaper (distributed very late at night)...||AM|
|arrangement for workers to stagger hours||staggered hours|
|awake, alert; pertaining to the hours of wakefulness||waking|
|bed on which a person dies; last few hours before death, bed where somebody dies, while dying||deathbed|
|busiest time, hours of highest TV viewing||prime time|
|by the hour, calculated by the hour, each hour, every hour, occurring a lot, of or pertaining to an hour; occurring every hour; continual, often, once an hour, paid by the hour, soon, worker paid by the hours worked||hourly|
|canonical hours, long time, time in a 24-hour clock, times for doing particular things||hours|
|dawn chorus, hours before Vigil, morning liturgy, morning prayer, morning prayer service in the Anglican Church||matins|
|day for working, day on which one must work, hours spent working, workaday, working day||workday|
|day, 24 hours, period of time of one day and one night (from Greek)||nychthemeron|
|dinnertime, hours during which the evening meal is eaten, time to eat supper||suppertime|
|flexible time, flexible work hours, work hours which may be changed according to need, flexitime, system giving employees adaptable working hours||flextime|
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