Definition of 'midnight'
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The deadline for applying for a place at primary school this autumn is midnight tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But you need to time the new melatonin dose to help adjust to the new time of midnight. The Sun (2016)Offer expires at midnight tonight so make sure you're quick. The Sun (2016)All entries must be received by midnight on Thursday. The Sun (2016)A fleet of ambulances awaited the aircraft at about midnight local time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Lines close at midnight tonight. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The fight moved on to other areas and lasted past midnight. Christianity Today (2000)Entries must be received by midnight tonight. The Sun (2011)Why does the land of the midnight sun produce so much electronic pop? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then have an indoor picnic or midnight feast. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Texts sent after the competition closes at midnight tonight will still be charged. The Sun (2009)He was given a midnight deadline to surrender. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The world has been at five minutes to nuclear midnight for some time. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They have until midnight tomorrow to table a bid. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Once again we stayed out past midnight. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Brew coffee and burn the midnight oil? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Texts sent after midnight tonight will not be entered but you will be charged. The Sun (2009)It was well after midnight local time when the match finally ended. The Sun (2008)Semi-final voting will close at midnight tomorrow. The Sun (2009)That means sacrificing the midnight sun. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She also ditched the midnight feasts. The Sun (2016)The President spoke after signing the deal into law just hours before the midnight deadline. The Sun (2011)Winners picked at random from all correct entries received by midnight on Friday. The Sun (2009)Some branches opened at 5am yesterday and stayed open until the midnight deadline to cope with the demand. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'midnight'
British English: midnight /ˈmɪdˌnaɪt/ NOUN
Midnight is twelve o'clock in the middle of the night.
It was well after midnight.
- American English: midnight
- Arabic: مُنْتَصَفُ الْلَيلِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: meia-noite
- Chinese: 午夜
- Croatian: ponoć
- Czech: půlnoc
- Danish: midnat
- Dutch: middernacht
- European Spanish: medianoche
- Finnish: keskiyö
- French: minuit
- German: Mitternacht
- Greek: μεσάνυχτα
- Italian: mezzanotte
- Japanese: 真夜中
- Korean: 자정
- Norwegian: midnatt
- Polish: północ pora dnia
- European Portuguese: meia-noite
- Romanian: miezul nopții
- Russian: полночь
- Spanish: medianoche
- Swedish: midnatt
- Thai: เที่ยงคืน
- Turkish: gece yarısı
- Ukrainian: північ
- Vietnamese: nửa đêm
Definition of midnight from the Collins English Dictionary
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