All-nighter (noun)

An occasion when someone stays awake all night, typically to study or work.

Origin:

Mid 20th century: from all + nighter, on the pattern of all-dayer.

Examples:

  1. I pulled an all-nighter to finish my project before deadline.
  2. He had an all-nighter before the final exam.
  3. She was used to pull all-nighters during her college days.
  4. We had a team all-nighter to complete the presentation.
  5. He spent most of the night at the library for an all-nighter session.
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