British Summer Time


Definition of British Summer Time


  1. :  a period of the year between spring and fall when clocks in the United Kingdom are set one hour ahead of Greenwich mean time

Word by Word Definitions

summerplay Summer
  1. :  the season between spring and autumn comprising in the northern hemisphere usually the months of June, July, and August or as reckoned astronomically extending from the June solstice to the September equinox

    :  the warmer half of the year

    :  year

  1. :  of, relating to, or suitable for summer

    :  sown in the spring and harvested in the same year as sown — compare winter

  1. :  to pass the summer

    :  to keep or carry through the summer

    :  to provide (as cattle or sheep) with pasture during the summer

timeplay Time
  1. :  the measured or measurable period during which an action, process, or condition exists or continues :  duration

    :  a nonspatial continuum that is measured in terms of events which succeed one another from past through present to future

    :  leisure

  1. :  to arrange or set the time of :  schedule

    :  to regulate (a watch) to keep correct time

    :  to set the tempo, speed, or duration of

  1. :  of or relating to time

    :  recording time

    :  timed to ignite or explode at a specific moment

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