In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1noche feminine(before dark) tarde feminineat 10 in the evening — a las 10 de la noche
- at 6 in the evening — a las 6 de la tarde
- he came in the evening — (before dark) vino de tarde
- every Tuesday evening — todos los martes por la tarde/noche (or en la tarde etc.)
- let's have an evening out tonight — ¿por qué no salimos esta noche?
- before noun evening meal — cena
- evening performance — función de tarde
- the evening star — el lucero de la tarde
- I know in Darwen our police station closes down in the evening and there's no police at night time.
- They had only one meal in the evening consisting of fermented barkbiter roots and gruel.
- Make sure you take provisions for when the main site closes in the evening, because the camp site then becomes a festival in itself.
- Depending on the time of year and the work schedule, the main meal may be served at midday or in the evening.
- A complete food service was provided late in the evening after night flying.
- The course will be held in the evening and will run over a period of 10 weeks.
- The people inside the taxi, look hopeful anticipating a good bargain and a fleshy nutritious meal in the evening.
- When I was doing the play I was tiring and absolutely using up all of my resources but it was a two hour period in the evening and then it was finished.
- However, 9 pm is a bit early, especially if a family is out for a meal in the evening.
- Everyone then comes together for a nice meal in the evening and we're all in bed by 10 pm catching up on our sleep.
- In the evening rush hour, four young women were injured in a lightning strike in Hyde Park, central London.
- Traffic was diverted on to minor roads, causing tailbacks in the evening rush-hour as workers made their way home.
- The flowers open wide in the sun and close in the evening.
- They are having a sit-down meal for 30 and a disco in the evening before leaving for a honeymoon in Cornwall.
- Many cultures eat the main meal at midday and have a light meal in the evening.
- Then allocate work to do in all your free periods and in the evening.
- Except for short exercise periods in the evening the prisoners were confined to their individual cells for the first three days.
- Fortunately for us, it rained heavily in the evening so the bars closed quite early for the night and we managed to get some sleep.
- Fasting all day and eating a meal in the evening actually puts on weight.
- A meeting was held in the facility's clubhouse later in the evening after offices had closed.
1.2(period of entertainment)velada feminine formalnoche femininewe felt like an evening of bridge — teníamos ganas de pasar una noche jugando al bridge
- one of their famous musical evenings — una de sus famosas veladas musicales
- For everyone, Ramada's Iftar evenings remain a unique event of special food items.
- The evening's events will include dinner and a casino night for all attendees.
- Lying in Morgan's double bed, their heads inches apart, Dawn thinks over the evening's events.
- This evening's event in the Kings Hall is already sold out.
- The 100 back seemed to serve as a great warm-up for her main event of the evening.
- The other big give away about the fantastic nature of the evening's events was the presence of so many of Polly's media idols.
- I thought about it for a while, tried to remember the events of the evening, it was patchy at best.
- The event was an evening of entertainment focusing on the legacy the outgoing Bishop of Manchester will leave.
- Many friends, and customers turned up for the event and a great evening was had by all.
- Perhaps the most memorable social event is the karaoke evening at the Hotel Seedorf.
- There was one unfortunate event of the evening, however, and it involved bad eyesight and a stone dog!
- I lay awake for hours that night trying to make sense of the evening's events.
- There have been reports of women at parties who wake up wearing no clothes and with no memory of the previous evening's events.
- A few blocks away stood the object of the evening's activities: the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
- Get a guided tour around this beautiful house, visit the gift shop or look out for events such as ghost evenings throughout the year.
- The après match comedians kept the ball rolling before the main event of the evening.
- Trosley's next event, an evening of Russian folk music round a campfire, is taking place on Saturday.
- All were delighted with the great evening where music was played and all relaxed in a most homely and wonderful atmosphere.
- The disc is too propulsive to be background music, but too modest to be your evening's main event.
- However, there were no major blazes and the ambulance service did not report any serious incidents as a result of the evening's events.
1.3literary (concluding period)crepúsculo masculine literary
2evenings(before dark) por la tarde(before dark) en la tarde Latin America(before dark) a la tarde River Plate(before dark) de tarde River Plate(after dark) por la noche(after dark) de noche(after dark) en la noche Latin America
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