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late night

This page is about the collocation late night

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

a night when you go to bed later than usual

For example

  • You look a bit tired this morning. Did you have a late night?

  • I've had too many late nights this week, so it's time for an early night.

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

Quick Quiz

Anna had a late night last night. She

a. couldn't get to sleep

b. got up late at night

c. stayed up late

Contributor: Matt Errey