British Summer Time

noun

British
: a period of the year between spring and fall when clocks in the United Kingdom are set one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time

Examples of British Summer Time in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In June 2022, Gimenez and Lucas supported the rocker at his British Summer Time Hyde Park festival performance in London. Alex Gurley, Peoplemag, 26 July 2023 This past weekend, two Yanks – Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel − struck back with salvos of chart-topping hits that rocked 70,000 fans to their core during his British Summer Time Hyde Park shows. USA TODAY, 9 July 2023 Earlier this week, someone tossed a bag of their mother’s ashes on stage during Pink’s British Summer Time Festival performance. Larisha Paul, Rolling Stone, 29 June 2023 Ahead of her show tonight at Warwick Castle in the UK and her weekend shows with P!nk at British Summer Time Festival in London’s Hyde Park, Stefani shared her first new song of 2023. Spin Staff, SPIN, 23 June 2023 All times in local time (British Summer Time) and eastern daylight time. Town & Country, 6 May 2023

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“British Summer Time.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/British%20Summer%20Time. Accessed 14 Jul. 2024.

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