Definition of 'night school'
Example sentences containing 'night school'
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Dad used to go on courses and to night school. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I did a night school course on law and was hooked from the second lesson. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Translations for 'night school'
British English: night school /naɪt skuːl/ NOUN
Someone who goes to night school does an educational course in the evenings.
People can go out to work in the daylight hours and then come to night school in the evening.
- American English: night school
- Arabic: مَدْرَسَةٌ لَيْلِيَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: escola noturna
- Chinese: 夜校
- Croatian: večernja škola
- Czech: večerní škola
- Danish: aftenskole
- Dutch: avondschool
- European Spanish: escuela nocturna
- Finnish: iltakoulu
- French: cours du soir
- German: Abendschule
- Greek: νυχτερινό σχολείο
- Italian: scuola serale
- Japanese: 夜間学校
- Korean: 야간 학교
- Norwegian: kveldsskole
- Polish: szkoła wieczorowa
- European Portuguese: ensino nocturno
- Romanian: școală serală
- Russian: вечерняя школа
- Spanish: escuela nocturna
- Swedish: kvällskurs
- Thai: โรงเรียนในตอนเย็นหรือกลางคืน
- Turkish: gece okulu
- Ukrainian: вечірня школа
- Vietnamese: trường học ban đêm
Definition of night school from the Collins English Dictionary
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