une bonne partie de la journée

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Hi folks,
good to be here again!
I'm reading an article about a french man who showed in a video related to executions of syrians,
and there was a phrase I don't understand.
"Sa mère a été entendue une bonne partie de la journée par les policiers"
Does it mean early morning, I guess?
  • Hildy1

    Senior Member
    English - US and Canada
    The same expression is used in English: a good part of the day.
    It means a large part of the day, but not the whole day. It could be in the morning or the afternoon.
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