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From my personal experience, I find that people say the hour based on the 12 hour clock without the 午後 or 午前, and if the listener is not sure they will ask 夜？朝？ If they want to be specific they will say 朝７時 or 夜7時. I also find that the 24 hour clock is only used in writing and not in speaking. So, they do write it down one way and say it another. Even ...
Although the 12-hour clock system (12時間制) is much more common in general, the 24-hour system (24時間制) is used in some contexts. Probably the most notable is train timetables. 25:00 is 午前1時 of the next day. But in some cases, the speaker wants to treat it as part of the day before. I do not think that there is a standard way to describe it, but I have seen ...
I cannot be sure of my answer because Japanese Language is strongly dependent by context. However, this is a possible explanation. Actually I am sure to say that うんたらかんたら belongs to spoken Japanese. It is not an expression being used in books or serious stuff. Actually it is high probable for you to find such an expression into a manga or said by a ...
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