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night
British English: /nʌɪt/
American English: /naɪt/

Translation of night in Italian:

noun

  • 1
    (period of darkness)
    (before going to bed)
    during the night
    durante la notte
    in the middle of the night
    nel bel mezzo della notte
    to travel, hunt by night at night all night long night and day Moscow by night
    Mosca di notte
    to work nights to be on nights
    fare la notte
    eight o'clock at night
    le otto di sera
    late at night late into the night he arrived last night
    è arrivato ieri sera
    I slept badly last night
    ho dormito male questa notte
    he arrived the night before last
    è arrivato l'altra sera
    I slept badly the night before last
    ho dormito male l'altra notte
    she had arrived the night before
    era arrivata la sera prima
    on the night of October 6 on Tuesday nights
    il martedì sera
    it rained on Tuesday night
    ha piovuto martedì sera
    to sit up all night with somebody
    rimanere in piedi tutta la notte con qualcuno
    to sit up all night reading
    stare sveglio tutta la notte a leggere
    to spend o stay the night with somebody
    trascorrere la notte con qualcuno
    to have a good, bad night
    dormire bene, male
    to have a comfortable, restless night to have a late night
    andare a letto tardi
    to get an early night
    andare a letto presto
    to stay out all night
  • 2
    (evening as a whole)
    it's his night out to take a night off
    prendersi una serata
    it's my night off
    è la mia sera libera
    a night to remember a night at the opera
    una serata all'opera
    the play will run for three nights (Theatre)
    ci saranno tre rappresentazioni serali dello spettacolo
    to make a night of it [informal]
    trascorrere una serata a fare baldoria o festeggiare

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