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afternoon

noun [C or U] uk   /ˌɑːf.təˈnuːn/  us   /ˌæf.tɚ-/
A1 the period that starts at about twelve o'clock or after the meal in the middle of the day and ends at about six o'clock or when the sun goes down: It was a sunny afternoon. She works three afternoons a week at the library. It was on a Saturday afternoon. My baby usually sleeps in the afternoon. Let's go to the park this afternoon. I spoke to her yesterday afternoon. I'll meet you tomorrow afternoon at about 3.30. She's coming round on Wednesday afternoon. He's been in a bad mood all afternoon. She likes to have an afternoon nap. We got an early-/mid-/late-afternoon flight.
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afternoon

exclamation uk   /ˌɑːf.təˈnuːn/  us   /ˌæf.tɚ-/ informal
a friendly way of greeting someone when you meet them in the afternoon: Afternoon, Bob!
Traducciones de “afternoon”
en árabe فَتْرة ما بَعْد الظُّهْر…
en coreano 오후…
in Malaysian tengah hari…
en francés après-midi…
en turco öğleden sonra…
en italiano pomeriggio…
en chino (tradicionál) 下午,午後…
en ruso вторая половина дня…
en polaco popołudnie, ≈ po południu…
in Vietnamese buổi chiều…
en español tarde…
en portugués tarde…
in Thai ตอนบ่าย…
en alemán der Nachmittag, Nachmittags……
en catalán tarda…
en japonés 午後(正午辺りから日没までを指す)…
in Indonesian petang, sore…
en chino (simplificado) 下午,午后…
(Definition of afternoon from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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