"night" in the Phrasebook

In the dead of night Muy entrada la noche
night owl sustantivo. noctámbulo(a)., trasnochador(ora)
night owl noctámbulo/a
at night, all cats are black en la noche, todos los gatos son negros
Colloquialism
To dance the night away
Mary and Fred danced the night away.
To dance all night long
Bailar toda la noche
Mary y Fred bailaron toda la noche.
to have a sleepless night
"You look terrible. What's happened?" "I've had a sleepless night."
Literal translation: to have a Toledo night
pasar una noche toledana, pasar una noche en blanco
"Tienes mala cara. ¿Qué pasa?" "He pasado una noche toledana."
pasar una noche sin poder dormir
last bus of the night sustantivo.
John took the last bus of the night to Quepos.
peculiar to Costa Rica
cazadora n.
Juan tomó la cazadora hasta Quepos.
literally means "female hunter"
fly-by-night
a fly-by-night operation
unreliable, not to be trusted
de poca confianza / nada fiable
una compañía nada fiable
Idiom
At the dead of night A altas horas de la noche
Good night. Sleep tight.
Good night, Becky and John. Sleep tight.
Said when saying good night to someone and wishing them a comfortable night's sleep.
Que sueñes con los angelitos
Buenas noches, Becky y John. Que sueñen con los angelitos.