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in broad daylight

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin broad daylightin broad daylightLIGHTif something, especially a crime, happens in broad daylight, it happens in the daytime and in public The attack happened in broad daylight, in one of the busiest parts of town. broad
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in broad daylightHe gunned down a man in broad daylight and got away.The attack happened in broad daylight, in one of the busiest parts of town.A woman was attacked in broad daylight, right in front of our office.
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