peak-time

peak-time

adj
(of a television programme, etc) shown at a time when the highest numbers of viewers are watchingat the most busy time
Translations

peak-time

[ˈpiːktaɪm] ADJ (Brit) (TV) a peak-time television filmuna película que se emite durante las horas de máxima audiencia (Telec) peak-time callsllamadas fpl telefónicas durante las horas de máxima demanda
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uk @MRRSUTCLIFFE AROUND 100 people from the Colne Valley turned out for a public meeting over fears peak-time rail services for Slaithwaite and Marsden residents will be slashed next year.
Since 2011 railcard holders have been able to buy off-peak tickets for peak-time travel - meaning they benefit from the railcard discount and the reduced fare.
Since 2011, railcard holders had been able to buy off-peak tickets for peak-time travel on the West Coast Main Line, thus benefiting from both the railcard discount and the reduced fare.
A study of three million users found Manchester and Birmingham homes had the fastest peak-time speeds of up to 19.
The 30 new five-carriage Desiro City trains will boost capacity on services at South West Trains, providing for more than 18,000 extra peak-time passengers every day travelling into London Waterloo, the country s busiest station.
Air-conditioning represents about 60 per cent of the load during peak-time consumption.
This service has been re-classified as a peak-time service," said the disembodied voice.
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TRAIN company London Midland has exceeded targets for recruiting new drivers and is planning to introduce 4,000 more peak-time seats on one of its major routes.
Peak-time summer power consumption in Saudi Arabia falls between noon and mid afternoon, when air conditioners are most intensively used, while in Egypt peak time is after sunset.
Summary: NEW DELHI -- Airlines flying to Indian airports could face an auction for peak-time landing slots in a shake-up of aviation policy under the government's economic reform drive.
In this and related studies, peak-time benefits are most robust when distraction would disrupt our thought processes and cause errors.