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in the afternoons


Definition (British English)

in, afternoon
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

in, afternoon
Merriam Webster

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in, afternoon
Merriam Webster


in, afternoon
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Afternoon Tea SandwichesLast post 15 Aug 13, 20:45
Hallo Leute! Ich weiss, das ist vielleicht nicht das richtige Forum für diese Frage... Ich s…9 Replies
In the evenings/in the mornings/in the afternoonsLast post 27 Feb 18, 18:32
Hallo:Wann benutze ich im Englischen o.a. statt: in the evening/in the morning: "I brush my …2 Replies
Afternoon TeaLast post 18 Jun 06, 14:54
Da ich in der nächsten Woche zum ersten Mal nach Großbritannien (London) fahre, möchte ich a…3 Replies
in the death of afternoon...Last post 23 Feb 18, 17:24
...we stepped hand in hand on Broadway like the first man on the moon...Kontext:THOUSANDS AR…9 Replies
nachmittags vs. einen nachmittagLast post 23 Jun 16, 23:15
I'm listening to a language tape. A man is describing his vacation in Bavaria. At one point,…13 Replies
arvo - NachmittagLast post 01 Apr 07, 10:08
Let's meet tormorrow arvo.10 Replies
in the early afternoonLast post 31 Jul 07, 10:16
I estimate we'll arrive at your hotel in the early afternoon my problem is "in" here - Germ…2 Replies
in meetings all afternoonLast post 14 Nov 13, 16:53
Sorry I'm just now getting back to you. I was in meetings all afternoon yesterday. Ich wa2 Replies
Ab wann ist es "afternoon"?Last post 10 Jul 09, 20:51
Wenn man irgendwo als Zeitangabe "afternoon" liest, ist dann ab 3 oder so gemeint oder tatsä…22 Replies
What's a light afternoon meal / beverage in the US?Last post 29 Aug 17, 12:41
What do you call a meal (hot drink and a sweet snack)?) you might typically have in the afte…8 Replies

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