Meaning of late-night in English:

late-night

Translate late-night into Spanish

adjective

attributive
  • Happening late at night.

    ‘late-night television’
    • ‘Throughout the fall tour, the dancers shaped their plans, meeting in places like late-night restaurants.’
    • ‘He included a west-facing roof deck atop the bedroom wing for a prime view of Norway's famous late-night summer skies.’
    • ‘A lonely woman in a late-night grocery store sees a sexy guy in galoshes.’
    • ‘He attends late-night showings of badly dubbed kung fu movies.’
    • ‘The shoplifter and the late-night brawler go to court, whilst the tax-evader and the industrial polluter go to their club.’