Definition of daylight saving time in English:

daylight saving time

Syllabification: day·light sav·ing time
(also daylight savings time)

noun

North American
Time as adjusted to achieve longer evening daylight, especially in summer, by setting the clocks an hour ahead of the standard time.
More example sentences
  • Forget to set your clock for daylight saving time?
  • I know we have adjusted for daylight saving time, but we can still work out that Parliament starts at 2 o'clock.
  • This weekend Australians will be changing their clocks to daylight saving time, with the usual ensuing confusion.

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