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Injuries have robbed the Germans of four key players tonight. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Offer expires at midnight tonight so make sure you're quick. The Sun (2016)Lines close at midnight tonight. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The first programme tonight begins in her home village, where she is greeted like a returning hero by her large extended family. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Also tonight... Carmel decides where to live. The Sun (2016)Many are paid just over a pound an hour, says tonight's programme. The Sun (2016)She said she is going to go home tonight and tell him the full details and she's sure that's going to end her marriage. The Sun (2016)Texts sent after the competition closes at midnight tonight will still be charged. The Sun (2009)They can go home tonight and drink five pints of wine. The Sun (2013) Decide tonight to get out of the right side of bed tomorrow morning. Your One Week Way to Mind-Fitness (1994)Texts sent after midnight tonight will not be entered but you will be charged. The Sun (2009)Be prepared for stormy weather tonight and tomorrow as that low sweeps northeast across us. Times, Sunday Times (2013)How can he stay relaxed tonight? Times, Sunday Times (2009)The Swedish crime drama begins tonight with one of those sinister scenes in some woods. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The final episode tonight is also the most Gothic. Times, Sunday Times (2014)By six o'clock tonight it will be busy. WALKING THE BIBLE (2001)It just didn't feel like you were present tonight. The Sun (2013)In the first of two programmes tonight he cooks turkey Wellington. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She begins tonight with the kidneys, which keep a tight rein on the composition of blood. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The first of their last four crucial qualifiers is tonight at home to Moldova. The Sun (2013)Some will stay in Manchester tonight and embark on journeys tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We have only been together three days now and tonight people were saying last chance, last chance. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The players tonight did a terrific job and will think they strengthened their chances of being considered when it comes to France. The Sun (2015)He tells me that all those I meet tonight are also members. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I'm not going to bed tonight. The Sun (2009)I won't sleep tonight or the day after. The Sun (2009)The week of special episodes, which begins tonight, took a fortnight to film. The Sun (2014)TUESDAY The programme is broadcast tonight. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They were controversially reduced to nine men in the Italian capital and the Fulham chief wants a reaction from his players tonight. The Sun (2009)A prediction made in the hope of looking extremely silly by 10 o'clock tonight. Times, Sunday Times (2007)SO, ten o'clock tonight then. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'tonight'
British English: tonight /təˈnaɪt/ ADVERB
Tonight is used to refer to the evening of today or the night that follows today.
I'm at home tonight.
- American English: tonight
- Arabic: هَذِهِ اللَّيْلَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: hoje à noite
- Chinese: 今晚
- Croatian: večeras
- Czech: dnes večer
- Danish: i aften
- Dutch: vanavond
- European Spanish: esta noche
- Finnish: tänä iltana
- French: ce soir
- German: heute Abend
- Greek: απόψε
- Italian: stasera
- Japanese: 今夜
- Korean: 오늘밤
- Norwegian: i kveld
- Polish: dzisiaj wieczorem
- European Portuguese: hoje à noite
- Romanian: diseară
- Russian: сегодня вечером
- Spanish: esta noche
- Swedish: i kväll
- Thai: ในคืนนี้
- Turkish: bu gece
- Ukrainian: сьогодні ввечері
- Vietnamese: vào đêm nay
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