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out of hours

mainly UK
If you drink in a bar out of hours, you drink alcohol at a time when it is not allowed by law: The police are trying to stop out-of-hours drinking.
Translations of “out of hours”
in Chinese (Traditional) 在違禁時間,在正常營業時間之外…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在违禁时间,在正常营业时间之外…
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