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crepuscular

adjective uk   /krɪˈpʌs.kjə.lər/ us    /-lɚ/ literary
relating to or like the time of day just before the sun goes down, when the light is not bright
Translations of “crepuscular”
in Chinese (Traditional) 拂曉的, 黃昏的, 昏暗的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拂晓的, 黄昏的, 昏暗的…
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