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night inglés:

1. as black as as black as



2. night night


Good night.
Well, the night is quite long, isn't it?
I hear that studying in the morning is more effective. Studying one hour in the morning is as good as three hours at night.
I remember the night when I first saw the Milky Way.
I've had a lot on my mind recently and have had trouble falling asleep at night.
One thing you should know about me is that I play poker every Friday night.
If you work day and night, you will lose your health.
At the party the other night, my brother drank a bit too much and passed out.
I sat up last night until two o'clock watching the Olympic Games on TV.
Isn't it true that you visited her on the night in question?
Last night my daughter didn't come home until half past one.
She's signed up for a couple of night classes at the local college.
Night coming on, we left for home.
There had never been any ill-feeling between them until that night.
Last night, his grandfather passed away in the hospital.

3. overnight overnight


Men and women made huge amounts of money overnight.
I went to Sendai and came right back without staying there overnight.
He changed overnight
My dad took an overnight train to Prague.
their success was overnight, no one expected it
I do so recognizing that change cannot happen overnight.
A lot of insects vanished overnight.
it become an overnight hot spot
overnight beauty tips / We stayed overnight in London after the theatre.
Don't expect it to improve overnight.
His business empire went bankrupt literally overnight and he ended up living on the streets.
After another overnight train; I was back just in time for the wedding.
Confusing or incorrect physician orders fell from 50% to near zero overnight
We'll overnight in this inn, take your bags with you
This summer I went to Nikko, and stayed overnight.

4. dare


How dare you!
His request was a dare
Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat.
The businessman didn't dare withdraw from the transaction.
Don't confuse "dare" and "dear".
I dare not probe too deeply, lest I uncover the awful truth!
After what has happened, I dare not see her again.
I don't know if I dare.
You had to be careful what you dared him because he liked to do anything for a dare.
None of my friends dared climb the school wall when we were young. We were too frightened of the teacher!
a dare is something difficult or dangerous that you do because someone has challenged you to do it
Scarlet's face lit up as if she had just had the most perfect idea for a dare.
She doesn't dare leave the room for fear she should catch cold.
That is as much as I dare spend on it.