Translation of bedtime in Spanish:


hora de acostarse, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɛdˌtaɪm/ /ˈbɛdtʌɪm/


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    hora de acostarse feminine
    hora de irse a la cama feminine
    it's way past your bedtime hace rato que deberías estar durmiendo
    • The toothpaste business does not recur, but the bedtime antics carry on as normal night after night.
    • Keep a regular bedtime hour, and make sure your bedroom is conducive to sleep.
    • Before bedtime I am phoned by Jeff, an Australian I sometimes meet after Sunday church.
    • Try to establish a regular bedtime routine, going to bed and getting up at about the same time each day
    • At bedtime Karl has more medicine before his mother takes him upstairs on a chairlift and puts him to bed.
    • Ten minutes a day, while drinking the bedtime cocoa, would be a jolly good start.
    • At bedtime, I sneaked Ken away with me, and placed him on my bedside table for easy access.
    • Go through the usual bedtime routine, say goodnight and leave the room.
    • My bedtime was at nine, even during the school holidays, and before that I had to take the dog out for his nightly walk.
    • The bedtime prayer, Kirtan Sohila is usually recited just before sleeping at night.
    • A bedtime routine helps your baby to know what to expect, and to settle down ready for sleep at night.
    • Try to create a bedtime routine, such as a warm bath and warm milky drink every night.
    • The new additions to the gameplay and this new story keep me up till way past my bedtime.
    • Very odd, I couldn't get to sleep at all - despite not going to bed til way past my bedtime.
    • He would then insist on playing with his daughter until well past her bedtime.
    • Until that moment she had thought it no more than a book of bedtime stories for children.
    • It has grown out of a family habit of telling stories and reading aloud at bedtime.
    • He got in late from a festival last night, hence my late bedtime - and has two days off, lucky.
    • That said, I may well change my mind again tomorrow, but it's bedtime for now and my eyes hurt.
    • Some parents let their children take turns staying up half an hour later than their usual bedtime.