- a conventional expression of greeting or farewell
- the part of the day between noon and evening
One Saturday afternoon, I hauled the machine into the garden and had a close look at it.
Daylight began to forsake the red-room; it was past four o'clock, and the beclouded afternoon was tending to drear twilight
One afternoon, cocoa started acting strangely
"There are flights available in the morning, But we presume you would prefer an afternoon flight. "
By the way, the sedan bearers say we can get to the school by this afternoon."
Windy in the morning, and cloudy in the afternoon.
Last Saturday afternoon, Wei Hua and her classmates were visiting the Museum of Natural History. They were very interested in dinosaurs.
"In Germany, shops shut on Saturday afternoon. "
Gudrun and Winifred were to come to tea with Birkin, who expected ursula also. In the afternoon, however, the first person to turn up was Hermione
and Bevo, the school mascot, a longhorn bull which is brought out to preside over the afternoon to the delight of the UT fans