||If you take your neighbor's garment as security [for a loan], you must return it to him before sunset.
Im-chavol tachbol salmat re'echa ad-bo hashemesh teshivenu lo.
(Targum Yonathan; see Deuteronomy 24:13). Or, 'at sunset' (Saadia). In the Talmud, this opinion is cited, as well as another which would translate the verse, 'you must return it [and allow him to wear it] until sunset' (Bava Metzia 114b).