Definición de Eastern time en inglés:

Eastern time

Saltos de línea: East|ern time

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[mass noun]
1The standard time in a zone including the eastern states of the US and parts of Canada, specifically:
  • (Eastern Standard Time, abbreviation: EST) Standard time based on the mean solar time at the meridian 75° W, five hours behind GMT. (Eastern Daylight Time, abbreviation: EDT) Eastern time during daylight saving time, four hours behind GMT.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Also trivially, time depends on the coordinate system when a change is made from Eastern Standard Time to Pacific Standard Time.
  • After 2 a.m. Sunday, 77 counties will be on Eastern Standard Time, 5 counties will be on Eastern Daylight Time and 10 counties will be on Central Daylight Time.
  • The match will now be decided by the final game to be played on Friday, starting at 3.30 pm Eastern Standard Time.
2The standard time in a zone including eastern Australia, based on the mean solar time at the meridian 150° E. It is ten hours ahead of GMT, or nine hours ahead when summer time is observed.

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