madrugada translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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madrugada

  
      sf   (=noche)   early morning, small hours    pl     
(=alba)  
dawn, daybreak  
de madrugada      in the small hours  
levantarse de madrugada      to get up early o at the crack of dawn  
a las cuatro de la madrugada      at four o'clock in the morning, at four a.m.  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
de madrugada exp.
in the small hours

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
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to get up early {o} at the crack of dawn
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the army advanced {o} moved forward at dawn
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at four o'clock in the morning
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at four a.m.
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until the early hours
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the party went on until the early hours
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in the small hours
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'madrugada' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
id.
en la madrugada.
Scottish for late, late at night or early in the morning.
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levantarse de madrugada
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estuvo estudiando hasta la madrugada
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a las tres de la madrugada
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en la {or} de madrugada
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en la {or} de madrugada
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se levantó la sesión parlamentaria a las 2 de la madrugada
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"madrugada": examples and translations in context
Seguramente estará enojada conmigo si debe permanecer aquí hasta la una de la madrugada. She will no doubt be annoyed with me if she has to stay here until one in the morning.
No puedes escabullirte a las 3 de la madrugada para fumarte un cigarrillo. I can't have you sneaking out at 3:00 in the morning for a cigarette.
Mi madre me hubiese sacudido y hablado hasta la madrugada. My ma would've shook me awake, chatted till dawn.
Tuve que referir mi aventura hasta la madrugada. I had to tell of my adventures until dawn.
Anoche me despertó otra vez, a las 3:00 de la madrugada... He wakes me up again, last night, at 3:00 in the morning...
Son las 2 de la madrugada y no nos conocemos tanto. It's 2:00 in the morning, and you don't know me this well.
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