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last night (uncountable)

  1. (often used adverbially) The evening or night immediately before the present.
    He said he didn't get any sleep last night and I know he hadn't gotten much the previous night.
    Last night was wonderful. Can I see you again?

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last night (not comparable)

  1. During the previous day’s nighttime. During the night before today.
    “We partied last night.”

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