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Pronunciation of Midnight: Learn how to pronounce Midnight in English correctly

Learn how to say Midnight correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word midnight:

noun
the middle of the night; 12 o’clock at night
(as modifier) ⇒ the midnight hour
See burn the midnight oil
Derived Forms
ˈmidˌnightly adjective, adverb

Example Sentences Including ‘midnight’

A man and woman died yesterday in a fire at the Moat House Hotel, Bolton, just after midnight.
GLASGOW HERALD (2001)
At midnight , there were fireworks, a gorgeous extravagance that lit up the night.
Mark Burnell CHAMELEON (2002)
Clark observed colleagues who were `boss-eyed’ with fatigue after working past midnight.
Paul Martin COUNTING SHEEP: THE SCIENCE AND PLEASURES OF SLEEP AND DREAMS (2002)
For Zurab, though, there will be no be no midnight train to Georgia… just a fast track to the big time.
GLASGOW HERALD (2001)
I just don’t know where now, but I do know where they’ll be at midnight tonight.
Robert Wilson A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
Not in her nature, and gone midnight was stretching the tease.
Robert Wilson A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
The federal government’s deadline for tax-free contributions for the 2002 tax year is March 3, at midnight.
GLOBE AND MAIL (2003)
The first session will take place from midnight on Sunday, June 2 at the Virgin Megastore in Queens St, Cardiff.
NME (NEW MUSICAL EXPRESS) (2003)
The streets were deserted, but you could hear the locals shooting their guns off into the air at midnight.
GLOBE AND MAIL (2003)