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"It's three o'clock." in German is

Es ist drei Uhr.


     n. (music) E-flat
     n. (psychoanalysis) id
     pron. Nominative and accusative neuter third-person singular personal pronoun
          Wo ist das Buch? Es liegt auf dem Tisch. - Where's the book? It’s on the table.
          Wo ist das Kind? Ich habe es. - Where is the child? I have it.
     v. third-person singular present of sein
          v. (copulative, with a predicate adjective or predicate nominative) to be
               Das ist schön. - That is beautiful.
               Das ist ein Auto. - That is a car.
          v. (with a dative object and certain adjectives) to feel, (to experience a condition)
               Usage: In this sense sein is always conjugated in the third person singular and takes a Dative noun. The impersonal subject es may be present, but is often taken as implied. For example: "Mir i
     n-f. three (digit/figure 3)
     num. (cardinal) three (numerical value represented by the Arabic numeral 3; or describing a set with three elements)
     n-f. (invariable) hours, o'clock (indicates the time within a twelve- or twenty-four-hour period)
          Es ist vier Uhr. - It is four o'clock.
          Es ist vier Uhr zwölf. - It is twelve minutes past four.
          Wieviel Uhr ist es? - What time is it?
     n-f. clock, watch (instrument used to measure or keep track of time)