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night

noun (EVENING) 晚上     /naɪt/
[C or U] the period of time between the late afternoon and going to bed; the evening 晚上(指傍晚至就寢前的時段) Shall we go dancing on Saturday night? 我們週六晚去跳舞好嗎? We've been out every night this week. 我們這個星期每天晚上都出去。 She's a singer in a bar by night and a secretary by day. 她晚上在酒吧唱歌,白天則從事秘書工作。 Days and times of day
[S] the evening on which a special event happens (特殊活動之)夜 When's the last night of your show? 你甚麼時候演最後一場? The first/opening night of her new film was a great success. 她的新電影首映相當成功。 Spectacles and performancesCelebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
night-night child's expression
used as another way of saying good night , usually by or to children 晚安 Meeting peopleOfficial meetings
the other night
on one evening recently (最近的)一天晚上 I saw Naomi at the club the other night. 我前幾天晚上在俱樂部見到了娜奧美。 Days and times of day
a night out
an evening spent at a restaurant, theatre, etc. rather than staying at home 外出玩樂的夜晚 Let's have a night out together on Saturday - we could go dancing. 我們星期六晚一起出去玩吧——我們可以去跳舞。 Celebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
(Definition of night noun (EVENING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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