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to·night

 (tə-nīt′)
adv.
On or during the present or coming night.
n.
This night or the night of this day.

[Middle English to night, from Old English tō niht, at night : , at, on; see to + niht, night; see night.]

tonight

(təˈnaɪt)
n
the night or evening of this present day
adv
1. in or during the night or evening of this day
2. archaic last night
[Old English tōniht, from to1 (at) + night]

to•night

(təˈnaɪt)

n.
1. this present or coming night; the night of this present day.
adv.
2. on this present night; on the night of this present day.
3. Obs. during last night.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English tō niht]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tonight - the present or immediately coming nighttonight - the present or immediately coming night
nowadays, present - the period of time that is happening now; any continuous stretch of time including the moment of speech; "that is enough for the present"; "he lives in the present with no thought of tomorrow"
Adv.1.tonight - during the night of the present daytonight - during the night of the present day; "drop by tonight"
Translations
الليلَه، هذه الليْلَههَذِهِ اللَّيْلَة
dnes večerdnešní/dnes večer
i aften
tänä iltana
आज रातआज रात को
noćasvečeras
ma este
kvöld yfirstandandi dags, í kvöld
今夜
오늘밤
ši naktisšiąnaktšis vakarasšįvakar
šī naktsšis vakarsšonaktšovakar
deseară
dnes v nocidnes večerdnešná nocdnešný večer
nocoj
i kväll
ในคืนนี้
آج راتآج رات کو
vào đêm nay

tonight

[təˈnaɪt]
A. ADVesta noche
I'll see you tonightnos vemos esta noche
B. N tonight's TV programmeslos programas de TV de esta noche

tonight

[təˈnaɪt]
adv (= this evening) → ce soir
Are you going out tonight? → Tu sors ce soir?
I think I'll go to bed early tonight → Je crois que vais aller me coucher tôt ce soir.
see you tonight! → à ce soir!
(= during the night) → cette nuit
I'll sleep well tonight → Je dormirai bien cette nuit.
nce soir
Tonight is the opening night of the opera → La soirée d'ouverture de l'opéra a lieu ce soir.
tonight's programme → le programme de ce soir, le programme de la soirée
tonight's all-night vigil → la veille de ce soir, la garde de nuit de ce soir

tonight

, (US) tonite: (inf)
adv (= this evening)heute Abend; (= during the coming night)heute Nacht; see you tonight!bis heute Abend!
n (= this evening)der heutige Abend; (= the coming night)die heutige Nacht; tonight’s partydie Party heute Abend; I’m looking forward to tonightich freue mich auf heute Abend or auf den heutigen Abend; tonight is the night we’ve been looking forward toheute ist der Abend, auf den wir uns gefreut haben; tonight is a night I’ll remember all my lifean den heutigen Abend/an heute Nacht werde ich mich mein ganzes Leben lang erinnern; tonight’s weather: tonight will be clear but colddas Wetter heute Nacht: heute Nacht wird es klar, aber kalt sein; tonight’s paperdie heutige Abendzeitung, die Abendzeitung von heute

tonight

[təˈnaɪt] adv & n (this evening) → questa sera, stasera; (this night) → questa notte, stanotte
I'll see you tonight → ci vediamo stasera
tonight's TV programmes (Brit) or programs (Am)i programmi della serata

tonight

(təˈnait) noun, adverb
(on) the night of this present day. Here is tonight's weather forecast; I'm going home early tonight.

tonight

هَذِهِ اللَّيْلَة dnes večer i aften heute Abend απόψε esta noche tänä iltana ce soir večeras stasera 今夜 오늘밤 vanavond i kveld dzisiaj wieczorem hoje à noite сегодня вечером i kväll ในคืนนี้ bu gece vào đêm nay 今晚

tonight

adv. esta noche.
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