at Britain's longitudes [longitude plural?]

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  • cuchuflete

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    Generally speaking, it is not idiomatic to use longitudes, plural. I suppose it might make sense in certain specific contexts (which you have not provided!), but your phrasal fragment does not sound right all by its lonesome, context-free self.


    New Member
    The context is basically as follows: "In China it's 7 p.m. but at Britain's longitudes it's 12 a.m." Would it make sense there? I would really like to use the word "longitude" if possible...
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