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tonight

División en sílabas: to·night
Pronunciación: /təˈnīt
 
/

Definición de tonight en inglés:

adverbio

On the present or approaching evening or night: are you doing anything tonight?
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I am going out on a work night out tonight if any one wants to join me.
  • I plan to play with this after the weekend, as tonight I must get ready for a journey to France.
  • I seem to have been celebrating all weekend but tonight I'll try and save a bit of energy.

sustantivo

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The evening or night of the present day: tonight is a night to remember
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I left late afternoon to come home and work on sites for tonight's piece.
  • There are some nights which are absolutely lovely, and tonight was one of them.
  • Some flew home on Thursday night, and the last will return to Britain by tonight.

Origen

Old English tō niht, from the preposition to + night. Compare with today and tomorrow.

More
  • tomorrow from (Middle English):

    A word formed by the combination of to and morrow ( see morning) in the 13th century, in the same way as today and tonight. Reflections on the future include tomorrow is another day, a 20th-century variant of tomorrow is a new day, recorded from the early 16th century. ‘Tomorrow is another day’ is remembered by many as the last line of the film Gone With The Wind ( 1939). The proverb tomorrow never comes was foreshadowed in 1523 when Lord Berners wrote: ‘It was said every day among them, we shall fight tomorrow, the which day came never.’ See also jam

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Pronunciación: ˈtɛnɪbrəs
adjective
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