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clock
/ˈkɫɑk/
noun
a device used to measure and show time
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year
/ˈjɪɹ/
noun
a period of time that is made up of twelve months, particularly one that starts on January first and ends on December thirty-first
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time
/ˈtaɪm/
noun
the quantity that is measured in seconds, minutes, hours, etc. using a device like clock
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date
/ˈdeɪt/
noun
a specific day in a month or sometimes a year, shown using a number and sometimes a name
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day
/ˈdeɪ/
noun
a period of time that is made up of twenty-four hours
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hour
/ˈaʊɝ/, /ˈaʊɹ/
noun
each of the twenty-four time periods that exist in a day and each time period is made up of sixty minutes
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o'clock
/əˈkɫɑk/
adverb
put after the numbers one to twelve to show or tell what time it is, only when it is at that exact hour
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minute
/ˈmɪn.ɪt/, /maɪˈnuːt/
noun
each of the sixty parts that creates one hour and is made up of sixty seconds
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second
/ˈsɛkənd/
noun
each of the sixty parts that creates one minute
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morning
/ˈmɔɹnɪŋ/
noun
the time of day that is between when the sun starts to rise and the middle of the day at twelve o'clock
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afternoon
/ˌæf.tɚˈnuːn/
noun
the time of day that is between twelve o'clock and the time that the sun starts to set
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evening
/ˈivnɪŋ/
noun
the time of day that is between the time that the sun starts to set and when the sky becomes completely dark
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night
/ˈnaɪt/
noun
the time when the sun goes down, it gets dark outside, and we sleep
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week
/ˈwik/
noun
a period of time that is made up of seven days in a calendar
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Sunday
/ˈsənˌdeɪ/, /ˈsənˌdi/
noun
‌the day that takes place after Saturday
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Monday
/ˈmənˌdeɪ/, /ˈməndi/
noun
‌the day that takes place after Sunday
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Tuesday
/ˈtjuzˌdeɪ/, /ˈtuzˌdeɪ/, /ˈtuzdi/
noun
‌the day that takes place after Monday
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Wednesday
/ˈwɛnzˌdeɪ/, /ˈwɛnzdi/
noun
‌the day that takes place after Tuesday
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Thursday
/ˈθɝzˌdeɪ/, /ˈθɝzdi/
noun
‌the day that takes place after Wednesday
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Friday
/ˈfɹaɪˌdeɪ/, /ˈfɹaɪdi/
noun
‌the day that takes place after Thursday
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Saturday
/ˈsæˌtɪˌdeɪ/, /ˈsætɝdi/
noun
‌the day that takes place after Friday
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weekend
/ˈwiˌkɛnd/, /ˈwiˌkɪnd/
noun
the days of the week, usually Saturday and Sunday, when people do not have to go to work or school
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next
/ˈnɛks/, /ˈnɛkst/
adjective
coming immediately after a person or thing in time, place, or rank
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half
/ˈhæf/
noun
either of two equal parts into which something can be divided
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