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N-COUNT 小时 An hour is a period of sixty minutes.
They waited for about two hours...
I only slept about half an hour that night.
N-PLURAL 长时间 People say that something takes or lasts hours to emphasize that it takes or lasts a very long time, or what seems like a very long time.
Getting there would take hours.
N-SING （时钟的）钟点，整点 A clock that strikes the hour strikes when it is exactly one o'clock, two o'clock, and so on.
N-SING 时间;时刻 You can refer to a particular time or moment as a particular hour .
...the hour of his execution...
The gathering storm had made the day even darker than was usual at this hour.
N-COUNT （人一生中的某个）时候，时期 If you refer, for example, to someone's hour of need or hour of happiness, you are referring to the time in their life when they are or were experiencing that condition or feeling.
He recalled her devotion to her husband during his hour of need.
...the darkest hour of my professional life.
N-PLURAL （每天发生或进行某事的）特定时间，固定时间 You can refer to the period of time during which something happens or operates each day as the hours during which it happens or operates.
...the hours of darkness...
Phone us on this number during office hours.
N-PLURAL （每周的）工作时间 If you refer to the hours involved in a job, you are talking about how long you spend each week doing it and when you do it.
I worked quite irregular hours...
The job was easy; the hours were good.
PHRASE 下班后;营业（或办公、学习）时间以后 If you do something after hours, you do it outside normal business hours or the time when you are usually at work.
...a local restaurant where steel workers unwind after hours...
Daly kept this school open after hours so it doubled as a community center.
PHRASE 在（某一时段的）任何时刻 If you say that something happens at all hours of the day or night, you disapprove of it happening at the time that it does or as often as it does.
She didn't want her fourteen-year-old daughter coming home at all hours of the morning.
...a neighbour's car alarm going off at all hours of the day and night.
PHRASE 在凌晨;在下半夜 If something happens in the early hours or in the small hours, it happens in the early morning after midnight.
Gibbs was arrested in the early hours of yesterday morning.
PHRASE 长时间地;不停地 If you say that someone does something hour after hour, you are emphasizing that they do it continually for a long time.
He and my mom were arguing every night, hour after hour.
PHRASE 整点地 If something happens on the hour, it happens every hour at, for example, nine o'clock, ten o'clock, and so on, and not at any number of minutes past an hour.
PHRASE 整点差…分/ 整点过…分 If you want to state the time exactly, you can give a number of minutes followed by before the hour or past the hour .
PHRASE 在通常营业（或工作、学习）时间之外 Something that happens out of hours happens at a time that is not during the usual hours of business or work.
Teachers refused to run out of hours sports matches because they weren't being paid.