Redundant Phrases

A redundant phrase is one like "repeat again" or "few in number", where one of the words conveys the whole meaning and the second word is, well, redundant. Can you guess the words in these redundant phrases?
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Last updated: January 18, 2015
First submittedJanuary 16, 2015
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9:00pm in the evening
filled to capacity
revert back
absolutely certain
written down
definite decision
end result
ask a question
postpone until later
at the present time
major breakthrough
possibly might
invited guests
forever and ever
spell out in detail
unexpected surprise
say verbally
suddenly exploded
difficult dilemma
Level 75
Jan 16, 2015
Which reminds me of an argument I had with a girlfriend once. I said "but you never said that!" to which she instantly replied "I did say it, I just didn't verbalize it!"
Level 66
Jan 16, 2015
"question" doesn't work (though "uestion" does).
Level 75
Jan 16, 2015
I just re-checked again, and question has been there the whole time.
Level 66
Jan 16, 2015
I would offer that someone could be invited but not come, therefore not be a guest, or show up unannounced, and become a guest, but not have been invited.
Level 49
Jan 16, 2015
What if you're in space and according to your clock it's 9pm, but due to your orbital position the sun is rising? WHAT TIME IS IT THEN!
Level 49
Jan 16, 2015
I'm pretty sure questions like that are why they don't give astronauts drugs.
Level 65
Jun 21, 2018
pretty much. The answer is 3:37am. I think