Hindi translation of 'moonlight'
moonlight /ˈmuːnlaɪt ˈमून्लाइट्/
Word forms: moonlights, moonlighting, moonlighted
1. uncountable noun
Moonlight is the light that comes from the moon at night.
They walked along the road in the moonlight.
2. intransitive verb
If someone moonlights, they have a second job in addition to their main job, often without informing their main employers or the tax office.
मुख्य काम के अतिरिक्त कुछ और धंधा करना
He moonlights as a taxi driver.
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Example Sentences Including 'moonlight'
The clouds parted a little, letting a stream of moonlight through, its reflection glazing the sea with mellow yellow.Cormorant
The bedroom was dark, lit only by the moonlight in the outer chamber.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
She went down the stairs, stepped around the moonlight , past the cases of Mafalda's silent figurines.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
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'moonlight' in Other Languages
- Brazilian Portuguese: ter dois empregos
- Chinese: 兼差
- European Spanish: estar pluriempleado
- French: travailler au noir
- German: schwarzarbeiten
- Italian: fare un secondo lavoro in nero
- Japanese: 副業をする
- Korean: 부업을 하다
- Portuguese: ter dois empregos
- Spanish: estar pluriempleado
Translation of moonlight from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary