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day·time

 (dā′tīm′)
n.
The time between sunrise and sunset.
adj.
Occurring in or appropriate for use during the day: daytime tasks; daytime clothes.

daytime

(ˈdeɪˌtaɪm)
n
the time between dawn and dusk; the day as distinct from evening or night

day•time

(ˈdeɪˌtaɪm)

n.
1. the time between sunrise and sunset.
adj.
2. occurring, offered, or done during the day.
[1525–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.daytime - the time after sunrise and before sunset while it is light outsidedaytime - the time after sunrise and before sunset while it is light outside; "the dawn turned night into day"; "it is easier to make the repairs in the daytime"
period, period of time, time period - an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
24-hour interval, day, mean solar day, solar day, twenty-four hour period, twenty-four hours - time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis; "two days later they left"; "they put on two performances every day"; "there are 30,000 passengers per day"
forenoon, morn, morning, morning time - the time period between dawn and noon; "I spent the morning running errands"
afternoon - the part of the day between noon and evening; "he spent a quiet afternoon in the park"
midafternoon - the middle part of the afternoon
even, evening, eventide, eve - the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall); "he enjoyed the evening light across the lake"

daytime

noun day, daylight, waking hours, daylight hours, hours of light, hours of sunlight In the daytime he stayed in his room, watching TV.
Translations
نَهارنَهَار
dendenní doba
dagtimedagtimer
päiväsaika
dan
dagtími; aî degi til
昼間
주간
vo dne
podnevi
dag
เวลากลางวัน
ban ngày

daytime

[ˈdeɪtaɪm]
A. Ndía m
in the daytimede día
B. ADJde día
please give a daytime telephone numberpor favor dé un teléfono de contacto durante el día
C. CPD daytime TV Nprogramación f de televisión matinal or matutina, televisión f matinal or matutina

daytime

[ˈdeɪtaɪm]
n
to be daytime (= daylight) → faire jour
in the daytime → pendant la journée
modif [programme, number] → de la journéedaytime television némissions fpl de la journéeday-to-day [ˌdeɪtəˈdeɪ] adj [life, routine, expenses] → quotidien(ne)
on a day-to-day basis (= day by day) → au jour le jour (= every day) → quotidiennementday trader n (FINANCE) courtier réalisant ses opérations sur une journéeday trip nexcursion f (d'une journée)day tripper nexcursionniste mf

daytime

nTag m; in the daytimebei Tage, tagsüber, während des Tages
attram Tage; raidam hellen or hellichten Tage; what’s your daytime phone number?unter welcher Nummer sind Sie tagsüber erreichbar?; daytime courseTageskurs m; daytime jobTagesjob m; daytime televisionFernsehen ntwährend des Tages, Vor- und Nachmittagsprogramm nt

daytime

[ˈdeɪˌtaɪm]
1. ngiorno
in the daytime → di giorno
2. adjdi giorno

day

(dei) noun
1. the period from sunrise to sunset. She worked all day; The days are warm but the nights are cold.
2. a part of this period eg that part spent at work. How long is your working day?; The school day ends at 3 o'clock; I see him every day.
3. the period of twenty-four hours from one midnight to the next. How many days are in the month of September?
4. (often in plural) the period of, or of the greatest activity, influence, strength etc of (something or someone). in my grandfather's day; in the days of steam-power.
ˈdaybreak noun
dawn; the first appearance of light. We left at daybreak.
ˈday-dream noun
a dreaming or imagining of pleasant events; the making of unreal plans etc while awake.
verb
She often day-dreams.
ˈdaylight noun
1. (also adjective) (of) the light given by the sun. daylight hours.
2. dawn. To get there on time we must leave before daylight.
day school
a school whose pupils attend only during the day and live at home.
ˈdaytime noun
the time when it is day.
call it a day
to bring (something) to an end; to stop (eg working). I'm so tired that I'll have to call it a day.
day by day
every day. He's getting better day by day.
day in, day outinmake someone's day
to make someone very happy. That baby's smile made my day.
one day
1. at some time in the future. He hopes to go to America one day.
2. on a day in the past. I saw him one day last week.
some day
at some time in the future. She hopes to get married some day.
the other day
not long ago. I saw Mr Smith the other day.

daytime

نَهَار den dagtimer Tag ημέρα día päiväsaika journée dan giorno 昼間 주간 overdag dagtid dzień dia светлое время суток dag เวลากลางวัน gündüz ban ngày 日间

daytime

a. de hora diaria; de día.
References in classic literature ?
The prowling wolves diverted my nocturnal hours with perpetual howlings; and the various species of animals in this vast forest, in the daytime, were continually in my view.
I don't sleep much at night, for it is so interesting to watch developments; but I sleep a good deal in the daytime.
In the daytime I ran by her side, and at night I lay down close by her.
It was by no means unusual for two men to own the same mattress in common, one working by day and using it by night, and the other working at night and using it in the daytime.
Twenty times in a night, Mammy would be roused to rub her feet, to bathe her head, to find her pocket-handkerchief, to see what the noise was in Eva's room, to let down a curtain because it was too light, or to put it up because it was too dark; and, in the daytime, when she longed to have some share in the nursing of her pet, Marie seemed unusually ingenious in keeping her busy anywhere and everywhere all over the house, or about her own person; so that stolen interviews and momentary glimpses were all she could obtain.
Then added, by command, that at some time during the twenty-four hours I would consummate the miracle, but would first give a brief notice; by flags on the castle towers if in the daytime, by torch-baskets in the same places if at night.
We took a turn around the town, after dinner, and found it fully as interesting in the moonlight as it had been in the daytime.
En I warn't gwyne to show mysef on de bank in de daytime.
Nobody would live in it afterward, or go near it by night, and most people even gave it a wide berth in the daytime.
I don't believe it's got any right to be around in the daytime.
What are you layin' on your good bed in the daytime for, messin' up the feathers, and dirtyin' the pillers with your dusty boots?
Every morning and evening and as often in the daytime as I can remember I am going to say,