Translation of all-night in Spanish:

all-night

que dura toda la noche, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɔlˈnaɪt/ /ɔːlˈnʌɪt/

adjective

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    (party/show) que dura toda la noche
    (cafe/store) que está abierto toda la noche
    all-night service servicio nocturno ininterrumpido
    • The only wandering souls about were the kind of lost souls you get in all-night supermarkets any night of the year.
    • My friends got old too, and now when we have a rare night of all-night revelry, we pay for it for about a week afterwards.
    • Astor and five others had hired disused factory buildings for a night and laid on all-night musical events.
    • Every so often, without apparent rhyme or reason, huge areas of my lawn are ripped to shreds, as if a colony of badgers has been holding an all-night party on it.
    • Many of us younger ravers missed out on the joyousness of the all-night party scene.
    • We remember when Leeds University students had an all-night party and it was horrendous.
    • A burglar broke into a home, let his friends in and then held an all-night party.
    • Part of me felt that an all-night party for not-even-two-year-olds was really rushing things.
    • He'd have all-night sittings, which meant he'd miss a whole night's sleep once a month.
    • So prepare for an all-night vigil as there will also be a post-Palace party down at the Warehouse that will run you until dawn.
    • The hallway was quiet at this time of night, and Tesha was glad that there was an all-night grocery store not too far away.
    • That night, the Wild Hearts were having an all-night movie extravaganza at the church.
    • He engaged in all-night poker games in boardinghouse rooms throughout the city.
    • Prine's slice of Americana is all carved out with his songs about dead-end jobs, all-night cafés and prisons.
    • The next year, I was again at Glastonbury, this time reporting for a dance music magazine on the all-night raves that had sprung up around the event.
    • I've made a couple of gaffes with experiments in all-night bleaching lately.
    • There was a time when 15,000 people would assemble for an all-night performance.
    • Cots and blankets have been sent into the Senate in preparation for an all-night debate.
    • Two all-night vigils by the TV fail to yield the new Nic Cage advert.
    • Then, just the other side of Melton Mowbray, I stopped at an all-night petrol station to buy a sandwich and top up my phone card.