Translation:What time is it now?
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The word "clock" refers to the physical time-telling machine up on the wall. Generally when asking about the current hour, you do not use the word "clock." You simply ask "what time is it." When telling someone what time it is, you can use the phrase "O'clock" which is a shortened version of the archaic "Of the clock."
"What time is it?" "It's one o'clock" (1 of the clock)
What is the difference between 几 and 哪? In 哪国人 this charakter means which, and here 几 also means which, right? It seems like there are many words for one word in English (or German in my case), but not many words for an area of meanings (I don't know how to explain this better, and I can't think of an example right now)