Traducción de daytime en español:


Pronunciación /ˈdeɪˌtaɪm/ /ˈdeɪtʌɪm/


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    the daytime el día
    • in / during the daytime de día / durante el día
    • daytime flight vuelo diurno
    • 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.
    • If you drink alone in the daytime then you don't have to worry about embarrassing yourself in front of other people.
    • Children and youth loiter around during the daytime because they have nothing else to do.
    • In the daytime he'd hide behind the curtains, but he'd fly around the room when it got dark.
    • I lie awake in fear sometimes but now, in the daytime, I cannot think of anything to be frightened of at all.
    • Mosquito nets may not be of much use since these mosquitoes bite in the daytime.
    • Please include your name, address, a daytime telephone number and email address if you have one.
    • If I was going to be running long and hard in the daytime, I wanted a comfortable bed and good food at night.
    • During the daytime, this route does not go as far as Manchester - so what use is it?
    • York's homeless community say filling the daytime hours is one of their toughest tasks.
    • Still, if this is to be my new daytime home then I thought I ought to delve a little into its famous past.
    • It annoys me when they turn the lights down to make you sleep, even though it's a daytime flight.
    • Much of the daytime is spent by the telephone waiting for bookings and confirmations.
    • She forbids her husband to sit on their bed in his daytime clothes in case he pollutes the duvet.
    • He said the daytime curfew was very restrictive and said they took a more lenient view.
    • The only problem is that the residents of the area have to put up with the noise at night instead of in the daytime.
    • The weather was never as humid as in the Gold Coast, but hot during the daytime and cool in the evenings.
    • He was on Radio One on Monday morning and invited on a daytime television chat show on Tuesday.