one-night

Related to one-night: one-night stand
Translations

one-night

[ˈwʌnˌnaɪt] adj one-night stand (Theatre) → spettacolo unico; (sexual) → avventura di una notte
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THE DEAL The special winter warmer sale offers discounts of up to 30 per cent on stays up to March 31 with a one-night B&B break from PS67.
IRISH women prefer to have one-night stands on home soil rather than when they are away on summer holiday.
First Night Worcester (the second-oldest First Night in the country) has become far more than a one-night affair, with all sorts of projects going on in the public schools all year.
Almost half of women have negative feelings about one-night stands, a new study has found.
Average costs of UK hotels rose 12% last year compared with 2006, taking a one-night stay to pounds 106, according to the index compiled by Hotels.
In a nutshell: Split-screen romantic drama about a split couple's one-night reunion.
WOMEN still regard one-night stands as wrong - even if they have a fling themselves.
The survey for The Sun found 60% of 13 to 15-year-olds had had unprotected sex, while 42% had a one-night stand.
IN the brave new world of speed-dating, Internet passion and cross-country business conferences where singles meet, network and--we are told--make connections, is the old and explosive question of the impact and repercussions of one-night stands meaningful or even relevant?
Her early one-night stands, where she changed quickly and danced every number, have now progressed to a full week at Sadler's Wells, where she cleverly chose several Russian party pieces that had not been staged in London before.
This one-night event is a chance for my fans that haven't seen me live, to experience my show alongside other fans," said Dane.