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opening hoursnoun [plural]

uk   us   UK
the ​times when a ​business, such as a ​bar, ​restaurant, ​shop, or ​bank, is ​open for ​people to use it
(Definition of opening hours from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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opening hoursnoun [plural]

uk   us   UK COMMERCE
the ​times when a ​business such as a ​restaurant, ​store, ​bank, or ​bar is ​open for ​people to use it: Prices are to be ​cut further, and ​openinghours will be ​extended.extended/flexible/longer opening hours Big ​retailers are ​campaigning for ​longeropeninghours on Sundays. bank/​shop/​storeopeninghours Christmas/Sunday ​openinghours
(Definition of opening hours from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “opening hours”
in Chinese (Simplified) (酒吧、饭店、商店、银行等商家的)营业时间…
in Chinese (Traditional) (酒吧、飯店、商店、銀行等商家的)營業時間…
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