Nighttime is the best; you get to finally sleep after a hectic day and for some, they get a chance to test their newly learned Spanish phrases. So, how do you say good night and sweet dreams in Spanish? Let’s get right into it.
“Good night” in Spanish translates as buenas noches ; pronounced as bweh-nahs noh-chehs.
If you have already gone through some basic Spanish sentences, you might know that buenas means good in Spanish; as we say in good morning or good afternoon. The Spanish word for “night” is nouches.
The Spanish word for “Sweet dreams” is dulces sueños. It’s pronounced as dool-sehs sweh-nyohs.
If you are bidding good night to a little one, you can say this with more affection as Que sueñes con los angelitos – May you dream of little angels.
You can also combine the above phrases to say buenas noches, dulces sueños.
More casually, instead of saying “good night”, you can also say “rest well” which translates in Spanish as que descanses.
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All the above phrases are interchangeable and you can use whichever one sits right with you.