nightcap

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English term or phrase:nightcap
Portuguese translation:"saideira"
Entered by: Oliveira Simões

17:51 May 25, 2018
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English to Portuguese translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature / adult romance novel
English term or phrase: nightcap
“Give me five minutes to check email and voicemail, and then I’ll get us both a nightcap.”

nightcap: an alcoholic or hot drink taken at the end of the day or before going to bed

Como seria em PT-Br? Pensei em "saideira", mas não tenho certeza se é aplicável a este contexto. Eles estão em casa; acabaram de voltar de um desfile de moda de uma amiga.
Oliveira Simões
United States
Local time: 14:23


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4nightcap
Clauwolf
3Drink de final de noite
Jane Rezende


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nightcap


Explanation:
:) Sugiro deixar no original

Clauwolf
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Drink de final de noite


Explanation:
Sugestão.

Jane Rezende
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Local time: 18:23
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Asker: Obrigado, Jane. Eu já encerrei a pergunta. Achei melhor usar "saideira" mesmo, entre parênteses.

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