spend the nightidiom

  • ja一夜を共に過ごす
  • ento stay with somebody for a night, sometimes with the implication of having sex with them

Examples

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Mute
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Wait, Veronica.
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Are we seriously not gonna talk about what happened between us?
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Archie, we had a moment— beautiful but fleeting moment.
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We spent the night.
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We crashed, in separate beds.
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I don't regret anything we said, Veronica, or did.
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Me neither, but I think you might be boyfriend-worthy.
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I agree.
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Let's test that theory at the homecoming dance.
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Unfortunately, I don't have the bandwidth to explore anything with anyone right now.
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Mute
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I have to leave first thing in the morning.
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Oh, you wanna spend the night?
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You're such a bastard.
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Mute
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Did you spend the rest of the party with him?
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Yeah.
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- And then the night? - Yeah. No.
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- I didn't spend the night, no. - The next day?
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No.
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Ellen, no!
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If you were one of the many romantic hopefuls out there
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clinging to the possibility of Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron getting their happily ever after one day,
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it's time to give up on the dream.
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Maybe you were rooting for Tyler even when Hannah chose Jed Wyatt on 'The Bachelorette' finale.
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Maybe you were still rooting for Tyler after he started dating Gigi Hadid just a couple of days after spending the night with Hannah.
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Stranger things have happened, right?
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As we get further and further from the finale, though, it's seemingly less and less likely one of 'The Bachelorette's' favorite couples will get back together.
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Mute
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Although McCarty shrugs off her career change, it's definitely come with some raised eyebrows.
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Speaking to Business Wire in 2009, she revealed,
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"Men I've had only platonic relationships with over the years are now definitely viewing me in a more erotic way.
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And one old friend suggested that I spend the night with him and his wife."
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Requests like that probably come with the job.
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Mute
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When Lloyd falls for Diane, his graduating class' valedictorian,
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the wannabe kickboxer wastes no time pursuing her.
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Despite their wildly different backgrounds and personalities,
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the two start dating and end up spending the night together in Lloyd's car,
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while Peter Gabriel's 'In Your Eyes' plays in the background.
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Mute
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So am I spending the night?
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Oh, yeah.
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Totally.
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Let's see what you got.
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Awesome.