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
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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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The authority say the roundabout currently suffers from significant peak-time congestion, and the new lights are hoped to ease these delays by regulating vehicle flows more effectively.
It charges PS10.55 for a premier seat peak-time ticket to see new releases in 2D.
Not that long ago ITV tried to change the country with groundbreaking, peak-time investigative shows like World In Action.
Even before the introduction of the charge, local transport services are overcrowded at peak-time.
By ROBERT SUTCLIFFE robert.sutcliffe@examiner.co.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.
"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.
The peak-time fee at Terminal 4, uncovered by a Sunday Mirror investigation, compares to PS3.65 at New York's JFK and PS6.60 at drivers pay PS10 for one to two hours while a 24-hour stay costs PS53.90.