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in the dead of night/winter

in the middle of night/winter
午夜/隆冬
The fire broke out in the dead of night.
那場火是午夜時分發生的。
Days and times of dayThe seasons
Translations of “in the dead of night/winter”
in Chinese (Simplified) 午夜/隆冬…
(Definition of in the dead of night/winter from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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