midnightnoun

  • ja真夜中、夜の12時
  • enthe middle of the night; 12 o'clock at night

Examples

PLAY
2:33 / --:--
Mute
1.
Alright, somebody kiss me.
2.
Somebody kiss me! It's midnight!
3.
Somebody kiss me!
4.
Somebody kiss me! It's midnight!
5.
- It's already— - Alright, alright, alright.
6.
There.
PLAY
12:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
So, did we just break up?
2.
Feels like it.
3.
But it was mutual, right?
4.
Yeah.
5.
But I’m still gonna tell people I dumped your butt and broke your nerdy little heart.
6.
Fair enough.
7.
I love you.
8.
I love you too.
9.
It’s only 10:30.
10.
Wanna break up at midnight?
11.
- That works. - Okay.
PLAY
0:09 / --:--
Mute
1.
Now, before we go any further, we should probably choose an item to steal.
2.
Does anyone have anything valuable on them?
3.
Maybe some jewelry?
4.
I have a medical alert bracelet that tells people my name and address,
5.
in case I have a brain collapse.
6.
Perfect, this year's champion will be whoever's in possession of Scully's very upsetting bracelet at midnight tonight.
PLAY
0:25 / --:--
Mute
1.
We can't listen to you tell a story about how you didn't get any sleep.
2.
You don't deserve anything for that.
3.
It's like the most boring conversation imaginable.
4.
No, but listen, okay?
5.
I'm starting my bedtime routine, nothing crazy,
6.
brushing my teeth, et cetera, and I get into bed.
7.
It's just before midnight and I cannot get comfortable.
8.
That's enough.
PLAY
1:41 / --:--
Mute
1.
During Fashion Week, I'm usually up by 5, 6 am.
2.
And then I go to sleep at around midnight or 1.
3.
So I don't really have the energy to take my makeup off.