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put the clock(s) back/forward

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput the clock(s) back/forwardput the clock(s) back/forwardBritish EnglishTMC to change the time shown on the clock to one hour earlier or later, when the time officially changes clock
Examples from the Corpus
put the clock(s) back/forwardThey were therefore accused of putting the clock back and bringing the best hope of Christendom to an impasse.I can't put the clock back.Anyway, even if one wanted to, one couldn't put the clock back to an earlier age.
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