Cricket. a batsman who is sent in to bat just before the end of a day’s play and continues his innings on the next day of play.
Also called night watch. a person who keeps guard at night on a factory, public building, etc
(cricket) a batsman sent in to bat to play out time when a wicket has fallen near the end of a day’s play
[nahyt-wair] /ˈnaɪtˌwɛər/ noun 1. clothes. /ˈnaɪtˌwɛə/ noun 1. apparel worn in bed or before retiring to bed; pyjamas, nightdress, dressing gown, etc
[nahy-tee] /ˈnaɪ ti/ noun, plural nighties. 1. . [nahy-tee] /ˈnaɪ ti/ noun, Informal. 1. a . /ˈnaɪtɪ/ noun (pl) nighties 1. (informal) short for nightdress n. 1871, short for nightgown; originally a children’s word. noun A nightgown: Aphrodite in her nightie, Oh my God what a sightie (1894+) nightgown nightgown
[nahy-tee-nahyt] /ˈnaɪ tiˈnaɪt/ interjection, Informal. 1. .
/niːˈɡiːriː/ noun 1. (in Japanese cuisine) a small oval block of cold rice topped with wasabi and a thin slice of fish, prawn, etc, and sometimes held together by a thin band of seaweed