night translate English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "night" - English-Turkish dictionary


noun [C, U]
DARK A1 the time in every 24 hours when it is dark and people usually sleep
I didn't get any sleep last night. It's warm during the day, but it can get quite cold at night. The phone rang in the middle of the night. We stayed up almost all night talking. Tim's working nights this week.Days and times of day
EVENING A1 the period from the evening to the time when you go to sleep
gece, akşam
Did you have a good time last night? Are you doing anything on Friday night?Days and times of day
SAYING THE TIME used to describe the hours from the evening until just after 12 midnight
gece, gece yarısına kadar olan süre
They're open from 7 in the morning until 10 o'clock at night.Days and times of day
have an early/a late night to go to bed early/late
erken/geç yatmak
Days and times of day
a night out an evening spent away from home doing something enjoyable
eğlenmek için dışarıda geçirilen gece
a night out at the theatreCelebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
Good night. You say 'Good night' to someone who is going to bed.
'İyi geceler!', 'İyi uykular!', 'Allah rahatlık versin!'
Good night, sleep well. →  See also the dead of night/winter Welcoming, greeting and greetings
Translations of “night”
in Arabic لَيْل, مَساء…
in Korean 밤…
in Malaysian waktu malam, malam…
in French (de) nuit, nuit…
in Italian notte, sera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 黑暗的時段, 夜晚,夜間,黑夜…
in Russian ночь, вечер…
in Polish noc, wieczór…
in Vietnamese đêm, buổi đêm…
in Spanish noche…
in Portuguese noite…
in Thai กลางคืน, เวลามืด…
in German die Nacht, Nacht-…, die Dunkelheit…
in Catalan nit…
in Japanese 夜, 晩…
in Indonesian malam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黑暗的时段, 夜晚,夜间,黑夜…
(Definition of night from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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