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daytime

noun [U] uk   /ˈdeɪ.taɪm/ us  
B2 the period between the time when the sun rises and the time it goes down, or the part of the day that is neither evening nor night: I tend to sleep in/during the daytime and study at night. a regular daytime job a daytime phone number daytime television
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