Definition of all-night in English:

all-night

Syllabification: all-night

adjective

[attributive]
Lasting, open, or operating throughout the night: an all-night party
More example sentences
  • The only wandering souls about were the kind of lost souls you get in all-night supermarkets any night of the year.
  • My friends got old too, and now when we have a rare night of all-night revelry, we pay for it for about a week afterwards.
  • Astor and five others had hired disused factory buildings for a night and laid on all-night musical events.

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