zonetime

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

zone +‎ time

Noun[edit]

zonetime (countable and uncountable, plural zonetimes)

  1. (rare) The time in a particular timezone, based on a meridian, as opposed to standard time.
    • 2011, Lawrence Rick, Life is a Cruise: The Log of Done Dreamin' (page 83)
      For all our weather and radio reports, we use UTC or Greenwich, and for everything else we use zonetime. This is quite easy to find by taking your longitude and dividing it by fifteen. Subtract this number from UTC time and you have zonetime.

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