yarim kecha, yarim tun
- yarim kecha
Noun(1) 12 o'clock at night; the middle of the night
(1) At midnight on Monday he was on the phone organising a list of surgeons for the following day.(2) the midnight hours(3) At midnight , Frank did the usual check for the eighteen security guards in his station.(4) At midnight the owner turns off the outside lights so we can see the stars.(5) Police were called out when a group of drunken youths went on a midnight rampage.(6) At midnight every night, the bell in the bell tower was rung to summon the spirits.(7) That's all well and good, but what happens when it fancies a midnight snack and it starts coming after me!(8) The planetary day begins at sunrise and not at midnight as in the civil calendar.(9) I could go into Nice and see my friends and come back on the midnight train.(10) At midnight she slipped into the cold sea and swam until her feet touched the iron sand.(11) Here are the figures as they appeared when the poll was closed at midnight last night.(12) She joined in the midnight rush for buckets and water to dampen down the cottage roof.(13) The Hollywood sign was bathed in red white and blue at midnight as fireworks lit the cold but clear night sky.(14) a midnight deadline(15) The blaze broke out at midnight and five fire crews worked through the night to pump water from a nearby river.(16) As he confesses, Victor has raided slaughterhouses in his midnight expeditions.
(1) at midnight :: yarim tunda
1. twelve midnight ::
o'n ikki yarim kecha
2. the middle of the night ::
3. the witching hour ::
sehr qilishga to'g'ri soat
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