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Results for: to spend a sleepless night; not to have a wink of sleep all night; (fam.) not to get 40 winks (all night)Translations: 1 - 30 of 216
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(as) dark as midnight/night/pitch; pitch dark(ness)/black; (as) black as pitch/hell/(fam.) my hat; as your hat.întuneric beznă/ca în iad
(fam.) to sleep like a top/a log/a dormouse; to sleep as fast as a church.a dormi buştean/butuc/ca dus de pe lume
(night) owl (Strix)joimarita
(on the) alert; to be as sober as a judge; to lie awake all night; to keep oneself dry; wakeful state; wakefulness; to be wide awake; totreaz(activ, vioi)
1. (perioadă) for a term of... 2. (seară etc.)in the evening, etc.; at night, etc.pe timp de...
1. (tot timpul) day and night. 2. (şi ziua şi noaptea) by day as well as by night.zi şi noapte
1. in the night-time; during the night. 2. (pe întuneric) at/by night.în cursul nopţii
to treasure as the apple of one`s eye; to set/clap eyes on...; to tip smb. the wink; to catch sight of...; to awake; to sleep with one eye opochi
all night/the whole night (long).toată noaptea
all through the night; all the night long.în tot timpul nopţii
at any time of the day or night.la orice oră din zi sau din noapte
at dead of night; in the dead/the depth of night; (fam.) under the cloud of night.în toiul nopţii
at midnight; in the dead of night.în miezul nopţii
at/by nightnoapte
bedside/night tabledulapior(noptiera)
belladonna, (deadly) night-shadematraguna
by day as well as by night.ziua şi noaptea
cabaret; night clubcabaret
caul; onion skin; <~ de fier/zale>mail shirt; <~ de forta>strait jacket; <~ de noapte>night shirt; <~ de noapte (femeiasca)>night gown/dress; <~ de noapte (femeiasca) fam.>nightie; <~ de pinza>linen shirt; <~ de sport>sport shirt; <~ de zi>dcamasa
causing/producing sleep; sleep-compelling/producing; sleeping; somnific; soporific; dormitiveadormitor
dawn (of day); this morning; good morning; three-coloured bindweed; (early) in the morning; at daybreak; from morn(ing) till night; quite early; at breadimineata(zori)
day-nighteffect efect diurn
deep into the night.până târziu, noaptea
doze; drowse; forty winks; napatipeala
dull enough to send one to sleepadormitor(plictisitor)
dumb; stupefied (with sleep)buimac
Epiphany; Twelfth day; Twelfth nightboboteaza
fig. as different as day and night; (fam.) as different as chalk from cheese.departe ca cerul de pământ
fig. were your ears burning last night?n-ai sughiţat aseară?
from morn till night; all day long.din zori până în seară
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