Noun: ночь вечер мрак темнота
Adjective: ночной вечерний


black as hell (night, pitch, my hat) - тьма кромешная

a blusterous windy night - штормовая ветреная ночь

a clear night - ясная, звёздная ночь

the cope of night - покров ночи

day and night - круглосуточно

dead of night - глубокая ночь, глухая полночь

the deep of night - глухая полночь

a dreamy night's sleep - ночь, полная сновидений

the malevolent existences of the night - эти злобные ночные создания

first night of a play - премьера спектакля

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Night fell. - Спустилась ночь.

London by night - Лондон ночью

It snowed all night. - Снег шёл всю ночь.

Night! See you tomorrow! - Доброй ночи! До завтра!

He sat up all night. - Он не ложился спать всю ночь.

He's on night duty. - Он на ночном дежурстве.

It poured all night. - Ливень шёл всю ночь.

A double costs $95 a night. - Номер на двоих стоит девяносто пять долларов за ночь.

They talked the night away. - Они проговорили всю ночь.

I had a restless night. - У меня была беспокойная ночь.

The night was starlight. - Ночь была звёздной.

We talked all night long. - Мы проговорили всю ночь напролёт.

She works the night shift. - Она работает в ночную смену.

She kissed him good night. - Она поцеловала его на ночь.

She works the night clubs. - Она работает в ночных клубах.

Many animals hunt by night. - Многие животные охотятся ночью.

This is the last night bus. - Это последний ночной автобус.

The store's open all night. - Этот магазин работает всю ночь.

We watched videos all night. - Мы всю ночь смотрели видео(фильмы).

He yawned good night. - Он, зевая, произнес: "Спокойной ночи!"

when the night is o'er - когда кончится ночь

Night sinks on the sea. - На море спускается ночь.

The night was almost run. - Ночь почти прошла.

Good night and God bless. - Доброй ночи, и да благословит вас Бог.

It was storming all night. - Гроза продолжалась всю ночь.

We stayed home last night. - Вчера вечером мы остались дома.

The dogs howled all night. - Собаки выли всю ночь.

There's a party at Ben's place on Saturday night. - В субботу вечером у Бена будет вечеринка.

The drums beat all night. - Барабаны били всю ночь.

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Связанные термины:

night-night: a conventional expression of farewell, or, rarely, of greeting, used in the late afternoon, the evening, or at night, esp when departing to bed

all-night: open, available or operating throughout the night

at night: If it is a particular time at night, it is during the time when it is dark and is before midnight .

big night: an important and usually anticipated evening

fun night: The night is the period of time between the end of the afternoon and the time that you go to bed, especially the time when you relax before going to bed.

hen night: A hen night is a party for a woman who is getting married very soon, to which usually only women are invited .

night air: Air is the mixture of gases which forms the Earth's atmosphere and which we breathe .

night out: an evening spent outside of the home celebrating, having fun, etc, esp late into the evening

night owl: A night owl is someone who regularly stays up late at night, or who prefers to work at night.

night sky: → the night sky

twi-night: designating a double-header that starts in the late afternoon and continues into the evening

Burns Night: (in Scotland) 25 January, the traditional date for holding a celebratory meal ( Burns supper ) in honour of Robert Burns

first night: The first night of a show, play, or performance is the first public performance of it.

gala night: a variety of performances, songs, etc, shown over one evening

good night: a phrase used as a farewell at night in parting or going to bed

guest night: an evening when members of an institution are allowed to bring guests

late-night: Late-night is used to describe events, especially entertainments, that happen late in the evening or late at night.

night-bird: a bird which is active at night, such as an owl, nightingale, etc

night heron: any nocturnal heron of the genus Nycticorax and related genera, having short legs and neck, a heavy body, and a short heavy bill

night latch: a door lock that is operated by means of a knob on the inside and a key on the outside

night life: attendance at theaters or nightclubs, or similar pleasure-seeking activity, at night

night-light: A night light is a light that is not bright and is kept on during the night, especially in a child's room .

night-long: A night-long event is one that continues throughout the night.

night nurse: a nurse whose duty is to look after a patient or patients during the night

night raven: any bird, esp the night heron, that is most active at night

night robe: a loose dress worn in bed by women

night safe: a safe built into the outside wall of a bank, in which customers can deposit money at times when the bank is closed

night shift: a group of workers who work a shift during the night in an industry or occupation where a day shift or a back shift is also worked

night soil: human excrement collected at night from cesspools, privies, etc, and sometimes used as a fertilizer

night stand: A night stand is a small table or cupboard that you have next to your bed.

night stick: a heavy baton or club carried by a police officer

night table: a table placed by the side of the bed in a bedroom

night-time: Night-time is the period of time between when it gets dark and when the sun rises .

night watch: a watch or guard kept at night, esp for security

night work: work that is done or undertaken at night-time, as by workers on night shift, etc

quiet night: The night is the period of time between the end of the afternoon and the time that you go to bed, especially the time when you relax before going to bed.

stag night: A stag night is a party for a man who is getting married very soon, to which usually only men are invited .

watch night: the night of December 24, during which a service is held to mark the arrival of Christmas Day

go night-night: to go to bed or to sleep

amateur night: an entertainment featuring amateur performers, often in competition for prizes

Bonfire Night: Bonfire Night is the popular name forGuy Fawkes Night .

karaoke night: a social occasion when karaoke sessions are held for entertainment, often in a pub or bar

night crawler: any large earthworm that comes to the surface at night, commonly used as fish bait

night dancer: (in Uganda ) a person believed to employ the help of the dead in destroying other people

night editor: an editor, esp of a newspaper, who works through the night until the newspaper, etc goes to press

night fighter: an interceptor aircraft used for operations at night

night flight: A flight is a journey made by flying, usually in an aeroplane .

night jasmine: a jasminelike, Indian shrub or small tree, Nyctanthes arbor-tristis, of the verbena family, having fragrant, white and orange flowers that bloom at night

night letter: (formerly, in the US and Canada ) a telegram sent for delivery the next day at a cheaper rate than a regular telegram

night porter: A night porter is a person whose job is to be on duty at the main reception desk of a hotel throughout the night.

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Однокоренные слова:

nightly - ночной, еженощный, ночью, еженощно, по ночам
nighty - ночная рубашка, ночнушка
overnight - быстро, всю ночь, ночной, оставаться на ночь
nights - ночью, ночами, вечером, по ночам, по вечерам

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