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Polish translation of “twilight”

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twilight

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈtwaɪlaɪt/
the time just before it becomes completely dark in the evening
zmierzch
Days and times of day
Translations of “twilight”
in Korean 황혼…
in Arabic غَسَق…
in French aube naissante, crépuscule, déclin…
in Italian crepuscolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傍晚, 黃昏時分,薄暮時分…
in Russian сумерки…
in Turkish alaca karanlık…
in Spanish crepúsculo, luz del alba, ocaso…
in Portuguese crepúsculo…
in German die Dämmerung, der Dämmerzustand…
in Catalan crepuscle…
in Japanese たそがれ時…
in Chinese (Simplified) 傍晚, 黄昏时分,薄暮时分…
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