While looking at World Cup match schedules, I saw this phrase:
All times are Pacific Time
I googled a bit and found similar but different phrase:
All times are in Pacific Time
So, is one of them wrong? Is the "in" needed?
Both are okay and understandable.
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But still, if we think a bit further, we find a very little difference.
When it comes to conversion, I think more common is using the preposition i.e. in. Having said this, All times are Pacific Times refers to the times directly and on the other hand, adding a preposition in builds the context of conversion from other time zones to the Pacific.
Google results shows the structure with in used more frequently as compared to the sentence without preposition.
We often come across the charts and tables where the figure from the perspective of converting different units is described with preposition. For instance, distance in kilometer, weight in pounds, figure in dollars and so time in Pacific.