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The meaning of "Twilight" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does How much does it costs over there? - Twilight rates are 21 dollars. What is twilight rate? mean?
A: A twilight rate is usually used for golfing. It basically allows you to play as much golf as you want until the sun starts goes go down for $21.
Q: What does twilight zone sensation mean?
A: It's very likely a reference to the television series called the Twilight Zone, specifically its somewhat surreal shows.
Q: What does twilight zone mean?
A: It’s a reference to a popular American TV show. “The Twilight Zone” was a T.V. show with creepy stories with scary endings. When people say “twilight zone” their referencing that the situation that is happening might be scary.
Q: What does twilight years mean?
A: Old age, or maybe the last few years of something.

"Twilight" is the part of the day between sunset and total night.

Slightly kinder versions are "golden years" or "autumn years".

Examples:
"He is saving money so that he will not have to work in his twilight years"
"In the twilight years of the Roman Empire, the coins were often debased".

Synonyms of "Twilight" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between twilight and dusk ?
A: Twilight is the time period between dawn and sunrise, and sunset and dusk
Dawn is the beginning of Twilight before sunrise
Example: "Dawn can be seen in the morning"
"Twilight can be seen in the morning and evening"
Q: What is the difference between twilight and dusk and nightfall ?
A: Twilight is the light you see in the sky when the sun is already below the horizon.
Dusk happens at the end of the twilight period, before night.
Nightfall is the onset of night.
However, you find in dictionaries that the 3 are synonyms because they all represent the very end of the day and the beginning of night
Q: What is the difference between twilight and dusk ?
A: Some dictionaries also say that twilight can be used for the period in the morning just before the sun rises...
Q: What is the difference between twilight and dusk ?
A: They mean the same.
Twilight and dusk describe the time immediately following sun set.
Q: What is the difference between twilight and dusk ?
A: Dusk - the time of day when the sun has JUST disappeared over the horizon.
Twilight - the same as dusk but is usually used when you want to describe a place.

It was twilight, the river was flowing through the trees and the children started to walk home.

It was dusk when the children started to walk home.

The word 'twilight' makes the brain imagine (build a picture) better.

Translations of "Twilight"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? twilight
A: twilight
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Other questions about "Twilight"

Q: It's twilight, the sun is setting, the birds are flying back home and the night is coming. This is just a small demonstration of the magnitude of the Almighty. does this sound natural?
A: × It's twilight, the sun is setting, the birds are flying back home and the night is coming.
✓ It's twilight, the sun is setting, the birds are flying back home and night is approaching.

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Q: What "twilight" evokes imeges in you.

I have already known the lexical meaning. For example, sadness, saying good bye or dinner in childfood or so.

thanks.
A: The realm between light and darkness

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