|between noon and midnight, in the afternoon, after the hour of 12:00 noon||P.M. (post meridiem)|
|(Archaic) of an hour, indicating the hour; occurring every hour, hourly, relating to hour||horary|
|(from French) tea dance, type of social event of drinking tea and dancing held in late afternoon||dansant|
|(Slang) kill, murder, "bump off"; swindle; cause to become extremely tired, cause exhaustion (e.g.: "That afternoon gym exercise really did me in, I slept for hours when I got home"), kill somebody, tire out||do in|
|1/6 of an hour, period of 10 minutes||ten minutes|
|15 minutes before or after hour, 25 cents, 25 lb. in weight, 28 lb. in weight, 4 oz. of something, 8 bushels, academic term, accommodations, any section of heraldic shield, being one fourth; being one forth in quality; having four equal parts, coin wor...||quarter|
|15 minutes, 15 minutes before or after hour||quarter hour|
|60 minutes, 60-minute interval shown on a timepiece, credit hour, distance traveled in 60 minutes, measure of longitude, regular time for something, significant period, single session, time of day, time of death, time of success, unit of time equal to ...||hour|
|afternoon and evening, time after noon; hours between noon and midnigh, p.m.||post meridiem|
|afternoon and evening, time after noon; hours between noon and midnight, relating to afternoon||postmeridian|
|afternoon event for tea and dancing||tea dance|
|afternoon meal of cakes and tea, Asian evergreen shrub, breakfast in Guyana, drink made by infusion, evergreen shrub of eastern Asia; dried leaves of the tea plant; drink made from water filtered through tea leaves or other dried leaves; cup of tea; af...||tea|
|afternoon meal; light meal, snack, afternoon tea, eat an afternoon meal; eat a light meal, have a snack; host guests for an afternoon meal, eat lunch, food eaten at midday, midday meal||lunch|
|afternoon performance of a play or movie||matinee|
|afternoon performance, matinee, midday or afternoon event||matinée|
|afternoon rest, afternoon rest or nap (Spanish)||siesta|
|afternoon social event||tea party|
|afternoon, evening (Australian slang)||arvo|
|agreeing with, behind, conj. subsequent to -, following, following a time when, following from, following; behind, further back, in pursuit of, later, later than, afterwards; since, like, past the hour of, prep. later than; behind; according to someone...||after|
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