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opening night

noun [C usually singular] uk   us   (UK also first night)
the first night that a play, film, etc. is performed or shown: The ballet's opening night was a huge success.
Translations of “opening night”
in Chinese (Traditional) (戲劇、電影等的)首演之夜,首映之夜…
in Chinese (Simplified) (戏剧、电影等的)首演之夜,首映之夜…
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