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nightly

Pronunciation: /ˈnaɪtli/

Translation of nightly in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [occurrence] diario, de todas las noches nightly performances [Theater/Teatro] funciones (feminine plural) diarias or a diario or todas las noches
    Example sentences
    • I am starting to think to deeply into the happenings of the nightly embraces.
    • So everybody celebrating their fortune and feeling nice, they getting interview on the radio, tv and in the newspaper and even supposed to go on some of the nightly talk shows.
    • The Minnesota governor hasn't even left office, but he's already close to a big bucks deal with MSNBC to host a nightly talk show.

adverb/adverbio

  • todas las noches twice nightly dos veces cada noche

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