Definition of daytime in English:

daytime

Line breaks: day|time
Pronunciation: /ˈdeɪtʌɪm
 
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noun

The time of the day between sunrise and sunset: she was alone in the daytime [as modifier]: a daytime telephone number
More example sentences
  • The courses run in the daytime, evenings and weekends at different times and venues to suit all.
  • Santa Lucia has been set up as a family place that could serve as a cafe in the daytime and a restaurant in the evening.
  • Biological clocks encourage most people to be awake in the daytime and to sleep at night.

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Word of the day nous
Pronunciation: no͞os
noun
the mind or intellect