Traducción de daylight saving time en español:

daylight saving time

hora de verano, n.

nombre

(daylight savings time, daylight time)
EEUU
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    hora de verano femenino
    • Forget to set your clock for daylight saving time?
    • I know we have adjusted for daylight saving time, but we can still work out that Parliament starts at 2 o'clock.
    • This weekend Australians will be changing their clocks to daylight saving time, with the usual ensuing confusion.
    • Under the present law we have daylight time in October but not in March, even though the sun rises at similar times in both months.
    • Every year traffic accidents temporarily increase following the switch to daylight saving time, when people in affected regions lose just one hour of sleep.
    • He promised to institute daylight saving time to jump-start the economy.
    • Clocks were set forward to save energy in the winter of 1974, and daylight saving time lasted for eight months in 1975.
    • It should become visible again during the last week of July and the first week of August, rising between 4: 30 and 5: 00 A.M. local daylight time low in the east-northeast.
    • Mars is visible as it rises from the east between 4: 30 and 5: 00 A.M. local daylight time.
    • The company's top worldwide executives punch into a conference call that begins promptly at 7 AM central daylight time.
    • I can still read a newspaper outside at 23: 00 daylight saving time at this time of year, so this fake time feels quite unnecessary.
    • Spring ahead in much of Canada and the United States, as daylight saving time returns at 2: 00 A.M. local time on Sunday, the 4th.
    • The planes are all hijacked between 7.45 and 8.10 am eastern daylight time.
    • After unsuccessfully campaigning against daylight saving time, drive-ins began losing patrons due to late starting times in summer.
    • The plane took off from Guam shortly after 12: 30 p.m. U.S. eastern daylight saving time.
    • To test for the economic effect of daylight saving time change we look at the first trading day following the transition to or from DST.
    • ‘I dread the fall daylight saving time change,’ she says.