Spanish Word for oclock  

English Word: o'clock

Spanish Word: en punto
The Spanish Word for o'clock
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Translated sentences containing 'o'clock'
It was five o'clock.
Eran las cinco.
I leave the office at four o'clock.
Yo salgo de la oficina a las cuatro.
The plane arrives at 3 o'clock.
El avión llega a las tres.
The plane leaves at 3 o'clock.
El avión sale a las tres.
It is twelve o'clock.
Son las doce.
The departure time is five o'clock.
La hora de partida es a las cinco en punto.
The arrival time is nine o'clock.
La hora de llegada es a las nueve en punto.
We get up at 9 o'clock.
Nos levantamos a las nueve de la mañana.
The train left at six o'clock sharp.
El tren salió a las seis en punto.
The soccer game is at two o'clock.
El partido de fútbol es a las dos.
The museum is visited starting from ten o'clock.
Se visita el museo a partir de las diez.
I am going to the library at seven o'clock.
Yo voy a la biblioteca a las siete.
They open the museum at ten o'clock.
Abren el museo a las diez.
We have studied until ten o'clock at night.
Hemos estudiado hasta las diez de la noche.
You'll be working at nine o'clock and you'll get off at six o'clock.
Entrará Ud. a trabajar a las nueve y saldrá a las seis.
She left school at three o'clock.
Salió de la escuela a las tres.
I eat (have) breakfast at eight o'clock.
Tomo el desayuno a las ocho.
You will leave on the train at five o'clock.
Saldrás en el tren de las cinco.
By eleven o'clock, I'll be through with the housework.
Para las once de la mañana, habré terminado ya los quehaceres domésticos.
I'm going to leave (from) the hotel at one o'clock.
Yo voy a salir del hotel a la una.

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