"nights" en español
We probably spend more nights together than we do with our respective wives.
This is a near-miracle which sometimes means they have to work for many nights at a time.
Our fellow citizens ' days and nights are becoming increasingly noisy.
Our fellow citizens' days and nights are becoming increasingly noisy.
How can the Union make constitutional decisions by staying up for three nights?
Mr President, at this hour of the night I should not venture to make a statement.
I think that what went on there last night must be investigated at any rate.
I look forward to the debate in the House today, even though it is late at night.
A night at the a cabaret, dance, topless dancers, with feathers as appropriate.
At best, the events in China last night may herald a new era in the country.
People's night rest is increasingly being threatened by continuous noise.
Many of them are desperate to compete with 'through-the-night ' traffic.
Many of them are desperate to compete with 'through-the-night' traffic.
The definition of night work is also of great practical significance.
Should we not make night-time transport obligatory in the latter case?
Sinónimos (inglés) para "night":
Ejemplos de uso
Ejemplos de uso para "nights" en español
We need, though, to be calm in action, so we need to have had a good night’s sleep.
who spend days and nights at their patients' bedside.
At nights the ratio can even be one to ten.
“We can edit highlights from that night’s game - during the game - and turn it around quickly to show fans on the DBTV screen,” says Magnuson.
The Commission likes to see itself as a global actor in the area of human nights and seems to be keen to judge others and to offer help and advice.
Since last week, President Milosevic is now facing justice in The Hague - a fact which is now giving many other dictators and autocrats sleepless nights.
During those terrible days and nights, a very large number of homes were destroyed, together with schools, medical facilities and a large number of churches.
The armed gang kept me in captivity for two nights but it seemed like a thousand years.
Certainly, some of these criticisms reminded me of what Oscar Wilde used to say about bad literary critics: they never enjoy any success, despite having been to all the opening nights.
Sugiere una nueva traducción de inglés a español
¿Has escuchado expresiones coloquiales recientemente? ¿Hay alguna traducción técnica en inglés que no hayas encontrado en el diccionario inglés-español? En los campos de texto de abajo puedes agregar fácilmente nuevos términos al diccionario inglés-español.
Sugerencias recientes de los usuarios: bola de demolición, esparto, leña, cerrar la puerta a, argot invertido
nightfall · nightgown · nighthawk · nightie · nightingale · nightlife · nightly · nightmare · nightmares · nightmarish · nights · nightshade · nightshirt · nightstand · nightstick · nightwear · nigrescent · nihilism · nil · Nile · nimbious
Echa un vistazo al diccionario español-francés de bab.la.