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    death of night

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    She is screaming in the death of night
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    Tod der Nacht?? Macht keinen Sinn...Was heißt es dann?
    AuthorLala11 Feb 09, 19:46
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    in der tiefsten/dunkelsten/schaurigsten Nacht
    #1Authorwor (335727) 11 Feb 09, 19:49
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    Danke
    #2AuthorLala11 Feb 09, 19:50
    SuggestionTodesstille oder Grabesstille der Nacht
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    in the death of night meint vermutlich die Zeit in der Nacht, in der alles still und tot ist; mehr lässt sich ohne Kontext nicht sagen
    #3Authormk7011 Feb 09, 19:50
    Suggestiondie toten Stunden der Nacht
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    *
    #4AuthorMiMo (236780) 11 Feb 09, 19:57
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    sollte es nicht 'dead' of night heißen?
    #5Authorerl12 Feb 09, 01:22
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    Das wollte ich auch gerade zu Denken geben, erl. Meiner Meinung nach: ja!
    #6AuthorLady Grey (235863) 12 Feb 09, 01:24
    Suggestiondead of night
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    Schau mal an :-)
    #7Authornone12 Feb 09, 01:29
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    Yes, "dead of night" is the familiar phrase.
    #8Authorwupper (354075) 12 Feb 09, 01:54
    Suggestionat the dead of night
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    ... and "at" the preposition according to LEO.
    #9AuthorIlldiko (763882) 24 Jun 12, 16:36
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    I personally would say 'in'. But 'dead', certainly.
    #10Authorescoville (237761) 24 Jun 12, 16:38
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    @escoville: Would you use an article? LEO says "at dead of night"

    Dictionary: dead of night

    Is it the same as saying "in the middle of the night"?
    #11AuthorIlldiko (763882) 24 Jun 12, 16:40
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    "Blackbird singing in the dead of night"

    beginnt das berühmte Lied von Paul McCartney.


    (in the dead of night = mitten in der Nacht)
    #12AuthorMiMo (236780) 24 Jun 12, 17:06
     
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