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local time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlocal timeˈlocal time noun [uncountable]  the time of day in a particular part of the world We’ll arrive in Boston at 4 o'clock local time.
Examples from the Corpus
local timeHis estimated finish was at midnight or 0100 local time.The collision occurred at around 01.30 local time.The temperature at 1: 00 p. m. local time is 29 degrees.Fokker has scheduled a press conference for 9 p. m. local time today.The impact, occurring shortly before midnight local time, apparently knocked out all communications before warning could be given.During the flight Set your watch immediately to agree with local time at your destination.
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