Definition of 'nightlife'
Example sentences containing 'nightlife'
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There is lively nightlife during the holiday season. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The studios have internet access and are surrounded by shops and nightlife. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But we also have a very vibrant nightlife. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Krakow also has a lively nightlife centred on its array of gothic cellar bars. The Sun (2015)But the vibrant nightlife here was completely new to me. The Sun (2009)But the city is also renowned for its lively nightlife. Times, Sunday Times (2013)With close access to shops and nightlife they are a great base for a weekend exploring a city with friends. The Sun (2008)Zagreb's elegant old town and buzzing nightlife are well worth jumping on a plane for. The Sun (2016)Some of the best hotels, restaurants and nightlife spots are surprisingly affordable. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It has no sandy beaches, little nightlife and few hotels. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The town 's vibrant nightlife also acts as a draw. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Riga offers spectacular architecture and a beautiful old town, lively nightlife and some fine restaurants. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The urban buzz, youthful feel and proximity to vibrant streets and nightlife. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The family are staying in a villa on the island renowned for its white beaches and drug-fuelled nightlife. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There is also a lively nightlife for the night owls with a number of clubs, karaoke bars and live shows. The Sun (2013)A vibrant nightlife, cosmopolitan restaurants and beautiful scenery on its doorstep keep people coming back for more. The Sun (2009)Last call is vibrant Valencia, noted for its good shopping and lively nightlife. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Life in Spain is fast and furious, with lots of nightlife and fantastic restaurants. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Further shopping and nightlife can be found in Brighton, ten miles away. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I have friends there, it has a beach, great restaurants and brilliant nightlife. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'nightlife'
British English: nightlife /ˈnaɪtˌlaɪf/ NOUN
The nightlife in a place is the entertainment and social activities that are available at night.
It's a university town, with lots of nightlife.
- American English: nightlife
- Arabic: الْـخَدَمَاتُ الْتَرْفِيهِيةُ الْلَيْلِيَةُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: vida noturna
- Chinese: 夜生活
- Croatian: noćni život
- Czech: noční život
- Danish: natteliv
- Dutch: nachtleven
- European Spanish: vida nocturna
- Finnish: yöelämä
- French: vie nocturne
- German: Nachtleben
- Greek: νυχτερινή ζωή
- Italian: vita notturna
- Japanese: ナイトライフ
- Korean: 야간 활동
- Norwegian: natteliv
- Polish: życie nocne
- European Portuguese: vida nocturna
- Romanian: viață de noapte
- Russian: ночная жизнь
- Spanish: vida nocturna
- Swedish: nattliv
- Thai: สถานบันเทิงเวลากลางคืน
- Turkish: gece hayatı
- Ukrainian: нічні розваги
- Vietnamese: các hoạt động giải trí về đêm
Definition of nightlife from the Collins English Dictionary
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