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familiarization period, orientation period, test period, trial period - time frame - hours - downtime - uptime - arbejdstidwork time - ferie, fritime off - hospitalization - transit time, travelling time, travel time - tid, -tid, tidspunktage, epoch, era, period, time - elapsed time - gennem lang tid, længde, varighedcontinuance, duration, length of time, take the stand - arbejdsuge, ugecalendar week, week - field day - levetid, livlife, lifespan, life span, lifetime, life-time - life - life - milleniummillenary, millenium, millennium - bimillenary, bimillennium - besættelseoccupation - fortid, fortidenpast, the past - shelf life, storage life - puerperium - lactation - livsaldertime of life - calendar day, civil day - festival - dag, dagtime, døgnday, daylight, daytime - formiddag, morgendawn, forenoon, morn, morning, morning time - mørke, nat, nattetiddark, night, nighttime, night-time - aften, kvæld, nat, nat-night - nat, nattesøvnnight - night - eve - evening - ugehebdomad, week - fjorten dage, to ugerfortnight, two weeks - weekend, weekend-weekend - All-hallown summer, Indian summer, Old Wives' summer, Saint-Luke's summer, Saint Martin's summer, Saint-Martin's summer - year - school, school day, schooltime - år, år: -års, kalenderårtwelvemonth, year, yr - åryear - a half year, half a year, half-year, semester - bimester - Olympiad - lustrum - årti, tiårdecade, decennary, decennium - århundred, århundrede, hundredår, sekelcentury - half-century - quarter-century - kvartal, kvatal, semesterquarter, trimester - phase of the moon - day - månedcalendar month, month - mid-January - mid-February - mid-March - mid-April - mid-May - mid-June - mid-July - mid-August - mid-September - mid-October - mid-November - mid-December - tidsgrænsetime limit - periode, tidterm - trimester - hour - silly season - Golden Age - silver age - bronze age - iron age - great year, Platonic year - full time, full-time, full-time worker, regulation time - extra time, overtime - årstid, -tidseason, time of year - canicular days, canicule, dog days - midvinter, midvinter-midwinter - tidseason - årstid, sæson, -sæsonseason - age, long time, years - long haul, long radius, long range, long run, long term, long-term - drought, drouth - æra, epoke, periode, tidehverv, tidsalderepoch, era, period - generation - forhistorieprehistoric culture, prehistory - regeringstidreign - run - early days, youth - dawn - livsaftenevening - tidtime - nap, sleep - lease, term of a contract - halveringstidhalf life, half-life - lunar time period, tide - fasephase, stage - multistage - vagtwatch - fredstidpeacetime - krigstid, krigstids-wartime - duty tour, enlistment, hitch, term of enlistment, tour, tour of duty - honeymoon - indiction - prohibition, prohibition era - incubation period - rainy day - noviciate, novitiate - storhedstidbloom, blossom, efflorescence, flower, flush, heyday, peak, prime - arcing time, burning time, execution time, production time, propagation time, running time, run time, screening time, screen time, working time - clotting time, coagulation time test, whole blood clotting time test - air alert - question time - real time - real time - study hall - usance - tidsrumwindow - tidspunktpoint, point in time - spilletidperiod of play, play, playing period - interval, time interval - afbrydelse, interval, ophold, pausebreak, em dash, intermission, interruption, pause, suspension - anfald, ildebefindende, omgangbout, turn - contemporary world, modern times, modern world, present times - midweek - quadrennium - quinquennium - BronzealderBronze Age - jernalderIron Age - StenalderStone Age - Eolithic, Eolithic Age - Ældste stenalderPalaeolithic, Paleolithic, Paleolithic Age - Lower Paleolithic - Middle Paleolithic - Upper Paleolithic - Epipaleolithic, Mesolithic, Mesolithic Age - Neolithic, Neolithic Age, New Stone Age - Great Schism[Spéc.]

quartan[Dérivé]

interval of time (n.) • period (n.) • periode (n.) • period of time (n.) • stretch (n.) • stretch of time (n.) • tid (n.) • tidsperiode (n.) • tidspunkt (n.) • tidsrum (n.) • time period (n.) • time span (n.) • tract (n.)

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