Definition of 'Christmas Eve'
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Used Occasionally. Christmas Eve is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'Christmas Eve'
British English: Christmas Eve /ˈkrɪsməs iːv/ NOUN
Christmas Eve is the 24th of December.
- American English: Christmas Eve
- Arabic: عَشِيَّة عِيد الـمِيلَاد
- Brazilian Portuguese: véspera de Natal
- Chinese: 平安夜
- Croatian: Badnjak
- Czech: Štědrý den
- Danish: juleaften
- Dutch: kerstavond
- European Spanish: Nochebuena
- Finnish: jouluaatto
- French: veille de Noël
- German: Heiligabend
- Greek: Παραμονή Χριστουγέννων
- Italian: vigilia di Natale
- Japanese: クリスマスイブ
- Korean: 크리스마스 이브
- Norwegian: julaften
- Polish: Wigilia Bożego Narodzenia
- European Portuguese: véspera de Natal
- Romanian: Ajunul Crăciunului
- Russian: Рождественский сочельник
- Spanish: Nochebuena
- Swedish: julafton
- Thai: คืนก่อนวันคริสต์มาส
- Turkish: Noel arifesi
- Ukrainian: святий вечір
- Vietnamese: Đêm Giáng Sinh
Definition of Christmas Eve from the Collins English Dictionary
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