Definition of 'evening'
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She was still drunk and excited by the evening 's success and wanted to make love. THE EXECUTION (2002)Malone suddenly determined there would be no further talk this evening of domestics. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)There were quite a few people around, for a Monday evening. THE EXECUTION (2002)
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Translations for 'evening'
British English: evening /ˈiːvnɪŋ/ NOUN
The evening is the part of each day between the end of the afternoon and the time when you go to bed.
He doesn't do anything in the evenings.
- American English: evening
- Arabic: مَساء
- Brazilian Portuguese: noite
- Chinese: 晚间
- Croatian: večer
- Czech: večer
- Danish: aften
- Dutch: avond
- European Spanish: noche
- Finnish: ilta
- French: soir
- German: Abend
- Greek: βράδι
- Italian: sera
- Japanese: 晩
- Korean: 저녁
- Norwegian: kveld
- Polish: wieczór
- European Portuguese: noite
- Romanian: seară
- Russian: вечер
- Spanish: noche
- Swedish: kväll
- Thai: เวลาเย็น
- Turkish: akşam
- Ukrainian: вечір
- Vietnamese: buổi tối
Definition of evening from the Collins English Dictionary
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