There are 2 main translations of noctámbulo in English:

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noctámbulo 1

also: feminine: noctámbula

adjetivo

  • siempre ha sido noctámbulo
    he's always been a night bird o night owl o (inglés norteamericano) nighthawk [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Mucha diversión, febriles compañías de baile y todo un mundo noctámbulo por explorar.
  • Habían sido meses enteros de vida noctámbula cargados de excesos.
  • Disculpen la tardanza ... Como verán en los horarios de mis posts, soy muy noctámbula.

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There are 2 main translations of noctámbulo in English:

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noctámbulo 2
also: feminine: noctámbula

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

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