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"Stay up all night" means no sleep(= sit up all night)
Then, what does "get the whole night" mean?
it this the same?
"what does "get the whole night" mean? Without context, it doesn't mean anything."
Then what context does it have meaning?
if I stay up all night, could I use it?
Thanks for your help.
Hi mokbon. 2006 is right, "get the whole night" definitely does not have the same meaning as "stay up all night", and in fact it's difficult to think of any context for it. But here's a possibility:
If you rent a car for the evening you might get four hours with the car for $100, but if you pay $200 you get the whole night.