Translation of evening in Spanish:

evening

Pronunciation: /ˈiːvnɪŋ/

n

  • 1 1.1 noche (f); (before dark) tarde (f) at 10 in the evening a las 10 de la noche at 6 in the evening a las 6 de la tarde he came in the evening (before dark) vino por la tarde, vino en la tarde (AmL) , vino a la tarde or de tarde (RPl) (after dark) vino por la noche, vino de noche, vino en la noche (AmL) every Tuesday evening todos los martes por la tarde/noche ( or en la tarde etc) let's have an evening out tonight ¿por qué no salimos esta noche? good evening (early on) buenas tardes (later) buenas noches (before n) evening meal cena (f) evening paper periódico (m) de la tarde, vespertino (m) [lenguaje periodístico/journalese] evening performance función (f) de tarde the evening star el lucero de la tarde, la estrella de Venus 1.2 (period of entertainment) velada (f) [formal], noche (f) we felt like an evening of bridge teníamos ganas de pasar una noche jugando al bridge one of their famous musical evenings una de sus famosas veladas musicales 1.3 (concluding period) [literario/literary] crepúsculo (m) [literario/literary]
  • 2
    (evenings (as adv))
    (before dark) por la tarde, en la tarde (AmL) , a la tarde or de tarde (RPl) ; (after dark) por la noche, de noche, en la noche (AmL)

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