Definición de o'clock en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /əˈklɒk/


1Used to specify the hour when telling the time: the gates will open at eight o’clock
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Guards came on at ten o'clock and had eight hours to kill when nothing was happening.
  • We sat drinking our Mojitos in a new bar in Soho, which had appealed to us thanks to its promise of a two-for-one happy hour until ten o'clock.
  • It's now five o'clock, only an hour to go before his book launch.
1.1Used following a numeral to indicate direction or bearing with reference to an imaginary clock face, 12 o’clock being thought of as directly in front or overhead: “I think we’ve got some action at 11 o’clock,” he said, gesturing toward the eastern plains
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The shot is there, but it has to hit his front rock at 11 o'clock, exactly, to hit this back rock.
  • Next, the tip of your right shoe should finish on the floor at eight o'clock.
  • The little gun proved pretty well regulated, shooting just to the left of my six o'clock hold.

Palabras que riman con o'clock

ad hoc, amok, Bangkok, baroque, belle époque, bloc, block, bock, brock, chock, chock-a-block, clock, doc, dock, floc, flock, frock, hock, hough, interlock, jock, knock, langue d'oc, lock, Locke, Médoc, mock, nock, pock, post hoc, roc, rock, schlock, shock, smock, sock, Spock, stock, wok, yapok

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