Translation of midnight in Spanish:


medianoche, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɪdˌnaɪt/ /ˈmɪdnʌɪt/

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    medianoche feminine
    at midnight a medianoche
    • before/around midnight antes de/alrededor de (la) medianoche
    • the midnight sun el sol de medianoche
    • At midnight every night, the bell in the bell tower was rung to summon the spirits.
    • At midnight on Monday he was on the phone organising a list of surgeons for the following day.
    • At midnight the church bell rang out to welcome in the new year and carol singing took place.
    • At midnight she blew the candles out and switched on the kitchen and hallway lights.
    • At midnight there were fireworks and champagne and mulled wine on the beach.
    • At midnight the owner turns off the outside lights so we can see the stars.
    • At midnight I walk outside then walk back in again with a lump of coal, and wish myself a Happy New Year.
    • At midnight, with no sign of Sandy, we left some sandwiches in the drawing room and went to bed.
    • At midnight she heard one of four shots fired as a police marksman killed the rampaging stag.
    • At midnight we were swept out with the rest of the rubbish and decided to call it a night.
    • At midnight she slipped into the cold sea and swam until her feet touched the iron sand.
    • At midnight, Frank did the usual check for the eighteen security guards in his station.
    • I faced a difficult political decision when work ended at midnight last night.
    • Here are the figures as they appeared when the poll was closed at midnight last night.
    • The night ended at midnight, which was about the right time for me, and I felt really happy.
    • Surely, whatever the reason, there is no need to be in a library at midnight on a Saturday night?
    • After the last supper on the final night, the team set off from the camp at midnight.
    • The blaze broke out at midnight and five fire crews worked through the night to pump water from a nearby river.
    • The Hollywood sign was bathed in red white and blue at midnight as fireworks lit the cold but clear night sky.
    • The planetary day begins at sunrise and not at midnight as in the civil calendar.