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early night

This page is about the collocation early night

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

earlier bedtime than usual

For example

  • I've got to get up early tomorrow, so I'd better get an early night.

  • You're up late every night, so why not get an early night for a change?

Note:
A collocation with the opposite meaning is "late night"

Quick Quiz

If you get an early night, you

a. start your night earlier than usual

b. get back home earlier than usual

c. go to sleep earlier than usual

Contributor: Matt Errey