Translation of first light in Spanish:

first light

madrugada, n.

noun

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    madrugada feminine
    at first light al alba
    • At first light, having slept hardly at all, Miss Mapp and Mr Smith made their way down the mountain.
    • By first light on race day, the sky is clear, and it's already pushing 80 degrees.
    • At first light yesterday a Sea King helicopter from RAF Lossiemouth was sent out to rescue the crew.
    • At first light, I walked out to the newsagent on the corner and bought a copy of the paper.
    • According to the weather reports, my entire town will be covered in the stuff by the first light of dawn.
    • And our crews will be arriving either later this evening or first light tomorrow morning.
    • The search continued late into the night and resumed at first light on Wednesday morning.
    • From first light, York was decked out in red and white as people donned the Three Lions and waited expectantly for the match.
    • These would set out onto the road at the first light of dawn, in the hope of catching up to the Germans that were now traveling on foot.
    • By first light in Aberdeen, armies of street cleaners were sweeping up the detritus left by 60,000 revellers.
    • Unfortunately for people who go to bed early, the best views are from midnight until the first light of dawn.
    • The search continued late into the night and resumed at first light the following morning in difficult weather conditions.
    • An unspecified Italian city, shot either at night or at the first light of dawn, is generally empty and in need of a coat of paint.
    • A helicopter with a surgeon on board was due to leave Dunedin at first light this morning, to provide further assistance.
    • At first light the next morning, Paul Buchel took off and headed south along the Wild Coast.
    • By first light, officers were dragging the quarry; at 5.30 am they recovered the small body.