Definition of 'nightly'

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Example sentences containing 'nightly'

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Guests can stay for up to two weeks before being charged a nightly fee. The Sun (2016)You can reinvent yourself on a nightly basis. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We can just stay tuned to the nightly news. Christianity Today (2000)The main pool area also hosts the nightly entertainment provided by local acts and the enthusiastic animation team. The Sun (2013)During that time, sneaking food was a common nightly occurrence. Bloom, Carol & Gitter, Andrea (contributor) & Gutwill, Susan (contributor) & Kogel, Laura (contributor) & Zaphiropoulos, Lela (contributor) Eating Problems: A Feminist Psychoanalytic Treatment Model (1994)The plush resort also offers tennis, windsurfing and scuba diving and live nightly entertainment. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Each one has top facilities including pools, nightly entertainment and bars. The Sun (2014)His sleep patterns differ on a nightly basis and he will often be awake all night if he is bored in the day. The Sun (2012)Women would dress up and had to be accompanied by a man, and the crowd changed on a nightly basis. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There is also nightly entertainment. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Just watch the nightly news. The Sun (2015)My brother was one of tens of thousands of aircrew who were shot to bits on a nightly basis over civilised Europe. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The Tonight programme had a nightly audience of about 8m. Times, Sunday Times (2007)If your brood likes non-stop action and nightly entertainment, this is a great choice. Times, Sunday Times (2012)

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Used Occasionally. nightly is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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Translations for 'nightly'

British English: nightly ADJECTIVE
A nightly event happens every night.
I always watch the nightly news.
  • American English: nightly
  • Brazilian Portuguese: noturno
  • Chinese: 每夜的
  • European Spanish: de todas las noches
  • French: du soir
  • German: allabendlich
  • Italian: serale
  • Japanese: 毎夜の
  • Korean: 밤마다의
  • European Portuguese: noturno
  • Latin American Spanish: de todas las noches


Definition of nightly from the Collins English Dictionary
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