Translation of evening in Spanish:
- 1 1.1(before dark)at 10 in the eveningat 6 in the eveninga las 10 de la nochehe came in the eveninga las 6 de la tarde(before dark)vino por la tardevino en la tarde (Latin America)vino a la tarde or de tarde (River Plate area)(after dark)every Tuesday eveningvino por la nochevino de nochevino en la noche (Latin America)let's have an evening out tonighttodos los martes por la tarde/noche ( or en la tarde etc)(before noun) evening meal evening performance¿por qué no salimos esta noche?the evening starfunción (feminine) de tarde1.2 we felt like an evening of bridgeel lucero de la tardela estrella de Venusone of their famous musical eveningsteníamos ganas de pasar una noche jugando al bridgeuna de sus famosas veladas musicalesExample sentences1.3 (concluding period) [literary]
- Trosley's next event, an evening of Russian folk music round a campfire, is taking place on Saturday.
- The disc is too propulsive to be background music, but too modest to be your evening's main event.
- Lying in Morgan's double bed, their heads inches apart, Dawn thinks over the evening's events.
- 2also: evenings (as adverb)(before dark)por la tardeen la tarde (Latin America)a la tarde or de tarde (River Plate area)Example sentences
- Except for short exercise periods in the evening the prisoners were confined to their individual cells for the first three days.
- When I was doing the play I was tiring and absolutely using up all of my resources but it was a two hour period in the evening and then it was finished.
- Then allocate work to do in all your free periods and in the evening.
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