"alkonyattól hajnalig" meaning in Hungarian

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Phrase

IPA: [ˈɒlkoɲɒtːoːlhɒjnɒliɡ]
Head templates: {{head|hu|phrase|cat2=phrasal adverbs}} alkonyattól hajnalig
  1. from dusk to dawn
    Sense id: en-alkonyattól_hajnalig-hu-phrase-QlZ1viha

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  "lang_code": "hu",
  "pos": "phrase",
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      "examples": [
        {
          "english": "And where does the dream live,\nwhere does it,\nfrom dusk to dawn,\nto dawn?\nIn every little child's eye:\nblack, green, blue,\nthere it lives,\nthere it lives.",
          "ref": "1996, Csaba Fecske, Hol voltam (Where was I - a collection of poems for children), Felsőmagyarország: Új bekezdés - Hungary, page 19, poem Hold és álom (Moon and dream) http://www.childrenslibrary.org/icdl/BookPage?bookid=fecholv_00740013&pnum1=20&twoPage=false&route=alsoby&size=0&fullscreen=false&lang=English Hát az álom hol lakik, hol lakik, alkonyattól hajnalig, hajnalig? Minden kisgyerek szemében",
          "roman": "ott lakik.",
          "text": "feketében, zöldben, kékben,\nott lakik,",
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        "from dusk to dawn"
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  "word": "alkonyattól hajnalig"
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        "Hungarian multiword terms",
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        "Hungarian phrases",
        "Hungarian terms with IPA pronunciation",
        "Hungarian terms with quotations"
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      "examples": [
        {
          "english": "And where does the dream live,\nwhere does it,\nfrom dusk to dawn,\nto dawn?\nIn every little child's eye:\nblack, green, blue,\nthere it lives,\nthere it lives.",
          "ref": "1996, Csaba Fecske, Hol voltam (Where was I - a collection of poems for children), Felsőmagyarország: Új bekezdés - Hungary, page 19, poem Hold és álom (Moon and dream) http://www.childrenslibrary.org/icdl/BookPage?bookid=fecholv_00740013&pnum1=20&twoPage=false&route=alsoby&size=0&fullscreen=false&lang=English Hát az álom hol lakik, hol lakik, alkonyattól hajnalig, hajnalig? Minden kisgyerek szemében",
          "roman": "ott lakik.",
          "text": "feketében, zöldben, kékben,\nott lakik,",
          "type": "quotation"
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        "from dusk to dawn"
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