the time between one day and the next when it is dark, when people usually sleep
These animals only come out at night .
They sleep by day and hunt by night .
The accident happened on Friday night.
on the night of 10 January/January 10
Did you hear the storm last night ?
I lay awake all night .
Where did you spend the night ?
You're welcome to stay the night here.
What is he doing calling at this time of night ?
You'll feel better after you've had a good night's sleep .
The trip was for ten nights.
The hotel costs €65 per person per night .
夜间列车 / 轮船 / 飞机班次
the night train/boat/flight
Night fell (= it became dark) .
the evening until you go to bed
Let's go out on Saturday night .
Bill's parents came for dinner last night .
She doesn't like to walk home late at night .
I saw her in town the other night (= a few nights ago) .
I'm working late tomorrow night .
an evening when a special event happens
首映 / 首演之夜
the first/opening night (= of a play, film/movie, etc.)
a karaoke night
an Irish/ a Scottish, etc. night (= with Irish/Scottish music, entertainment, etc.)
He can't get used to working nights (= at night) .
比平时睡得早 / 晚
to go to bed earlier or later than usual
I've had a lot of late nights recently.
夜里睡得很好 / 很糟
to sleep well/badly during the night
to stay out late enjoying yourself
all the time; continuously
The machines are kept running night and day.
used by children or to children, to mean ‘Good night’
‘Night night, sleep tight!’
an evening that you spend enjoying yourself away from home
They enjoy a night out occasionally.
to dance for the whole evening or night
at all times of the day and night (used to emphasize that sth happens very often or that it happens continuously)
She talks about him morning, noon and night.
The work continues morning, noon and night.
the time during the night when it is quiet and calm
used to refer to ghosts and other supernatural things that cannot be explained