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Translation of "o’clock" - English-Italian dictionary

o’clock

adverb   /əˈklɒk/
one, two, three, etc. o’clock A1 used after the numbers one to twelve to mean exactly that hour when you tell the time l’una, le due, le tre, ecc. We got home at ten o’clock.
Translations of “o’clock”
in Vietnamese chỉ giờ…
in Spanish hora…
in Thai นาฬิกา (เวลา)…
in Malaysian pukul…
in French heure(s)…
in German …Uhr…
in Indonesian pukul…
(Definition of o’clock from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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