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sundown

noun [U not after the]     /ˈsʌn.daʊn/
the time in the evening when you last see the sun in the sky 日落,黄昏 We left early, anxious to make it back to Florence before/by sundown. 我们早早离开,急于在日落之前赶回佛罗伦萨。 Days and times of day
Translations of “sundown”
in Chinese (Traditional) 日落,黃昏…
(Definition of sundown from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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