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Translation of "night" - English-Spanish dictionary

night

noun /nait/
the period from sunset to sunrise
noche
We slept well that night They talked all night (long) He travelled by night and rested during the day The days were warm and the nights were cool (also adjective) He is doing night work.
the time of darkness
noche
In the Arctic in winter, night lasts for twenty-four hours out of twenty-four.
nightie noun (informal) a nightdress.
camisón
nightly adjective, adverb every night
cada noche
a nightly news programme He goes there nightly.
nightclub noun a club open at night for drinking, dancing, entertainment etc.
club nocturno
nightdress noun ( nightgown) a garment for wearing in bed.
camisón de noche
nightfall noun (formal, literary) the beginning of night; dusk.
anochecer
nightlife noun entertainment that is available in the evening
vida nocturna
The town has a vibrant nightlife with plenty of bars and nightclubs.
nightmare noun a frightening dream
pesadilla
I had a nightmare about being strangled.
nightmarish adjective
de pesadilla
a nightmarish journey in terrible weather.
night school noun (a place providing) educational classes held in the evenings for people who are at work during the day.
escuela nocturna
night shift noun (a period of) work during the night
turno de noche
He’s on (the) night shift this week.
the people who work during this period
turno de noche
We met the night shift leaving the factory.
nightshirt noun a long loose shirt that is worn in bed, especially by men.
camisa de dormir
night-time noun the time when it is night
noche
Owls are usually seen at night-time.
nightwatchman noun ( plural nightwatchmen) a person who looks after a building etc during the night.
vigilante nocturno
(Definition of night from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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