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Translation of "evening" - English-Spanish dictionary

evening

noun   /ˈiːv·nɪŋ/
A1 the part of the day between the afternoon and the night tarde-noche Are you doing anything this evening?
(Definition of evening from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

evening

noun /iːvniŋ/
the part of the day between the afternoon and the night tarde, noche He leaves the house in the morning and returns in the evening summer evenings tomorrow evening on Tuesday evening early evening (also adjective) the evening performance.
the last part (of one’s life etc) atardecer in the evening of her life.
evening class noun
a class for adults that takes place in the evening clase nocturna I’m doing an evening class in Indian cookery.
evening dress noun
clothes worn for formal occasions in the evening. vestido de noche (mujer); traje de etiqueta (hombre)
a formal dress worn by a woman in the evening. vestido de noche
(Definition of evening from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “evening”
in Korean 저녁…
in Arabic المَساء…
in Malaysian petang, hari tua…
in French soir(ée), soir…
in Russian вечер…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傍晚, 晚上…
in Italian sera…
in Turkish akşam…
in Polish wieczór…
in Vietnamese buổi tối, lúc xế chiều…
in Portuguese (final de) tarde, noite…
in Thai ตอนเย็น, วาระสุดท้าย…
in German der Abend, Abend-…, der Lebensabend…
in Catalan vespre…
in Japanese 夕方, 晩…
in Chinese (Simplified) 傍晚, 晚上…
in Indonesian sore, senja…
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