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o'clock
British English: /əˈklɒk/
American English: /əˈklɑk/

adverb

  • 1it is two/six o'clock
    es ist zwei/sechs Uhr
    at two/six o'clock
    um zwei/sechs Uhr
    six o'clock
    attrib.
    Sechs-Uhr-
    (Zug, Maschine, Nachrichten)
  • 2 (indicating direction or position) See examples: see a plane at 3/6/9/12 o'clock
    ein Flugzeug rechts/genau unter sich Dat. /links/genau über sich Dat. sehen
    (horizontally)
    ein Flugzeug rechts/genau hinter sich Dat. /links/genau vor sich Dat. sehen

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