Definition of 'night-time'
Example sentences containing 'night-time'
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Heat health warnings are triggered when both daytime and night-time temperatures are expected to be high.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
There is more to night-time than just sleeping.Good Habits, Bad Habits (1994) The Sun (2012) Times, Sunday Times (2015) Times, Sunday Times (2016) The Sun (2009) The Sun (2010)
Police are banned from carrying out night-time raids unless a crime is in the process of being committed.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
When she gets a night-time visit from a tiny magical creature it seems as though her luck will change.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The night-time curfew has been relaxed.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The night-time raid has left the 36-year-old family business close to collapse.Times, Sunday Times (2012) The Sun (2014)
Further afield, modern quieter aeroplanes and the potential to extend the night-time curfew should offset the increased traffic.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Many new drivers use their cars to get to work, especially in the night-time economy that often employs students.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Planning officers had recommended that the shale exploration company's applications be rejected because of night-time noise and traffic on rural roads.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The imposition of quarantine and a night-time curfew 10 days ago led to protests in which three boys were shot by security forces.Times, Sunday Times (2014) The Sun (2011)
Insurers want ministers to impose a night-time curfew on young drivers, as well as restrictions on the number of young passengers they can carry.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The US military conceded that its forces killed the civilians in error during the night-time raid that targeted the neighbouring compound of a suspected militant.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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