This challenge is inspired by this other.
Write a program or a function in any programming language that given as input a string representing a time in English (see below, for further details) it outputs or prints the equivalent in the 24 hours "digital" format HH:MM.
Shortest code in bytes wins, standard loopholes are forbidden.
Your program should be able to handle all this kind of inputs:
one minute past 'HOUR' 'MINUTES' minutes past 'HOUR' quarter past 'HOUR' half past 'HOUR' one minute to 'HOUR' 'MINUTES' minutes to 'HOUR' quarter to 'HOUR' 'HOUR' 'HOUR12' 'MINUTES' AM 'HOUR12' 'MINUTES' PM
MINUTES is a number from 1 to 59 written in English with hyphen;
HOUR is the name of an hour in one of the formats:
midnight noon midday 'HOUR24' o'clock 'HOUR12' o'clock AM 'HOUR12' o'clock PM
HOUR12 is a number from 1 to 12 written in English with hyphen; and
HOUR24 is a number from 1 to 23 written in English with hyphen.
midnight -> 00:00 midday -> 12:00 twelve o'clock -> 12:00 quarter to midnight -> 23:45 twenty-two minutes past eight o'clock PM -> 20:22 thirty-four minutes to fifteen o'clock -> 14:26 six o'clock AM -> 06:00 one minute to twenty-one o'clock -> 20:59 seven thirteen AM -> 07:13 nine fourteen PM -> 21:14