No, the French do not say that. if they mean "Tuesday (during the) night", they say "dans la nuit de mardi"
Yes, because we don't say "mardi nuit" (but "la nuit de mardi à mercredi"!)
le mardi soir = on Tuesday evenings (every Tuesday evening)
mardi soir = this/next Tuesday evening
It gotta be a problem here , le soir means evening and la nuit means night
That does not work well.
If you say "dans la soirée de mardi", it will mean "on Tuesday evening" (lit. during the evening of Tuesday)
I answered “Mardi nuit”. I checked the hints and both soir and nuit were listed. Not sure why it was incorrect.
Hints are for individual words, not for phrases, idioms or sentences in context.
"Tuesday" = mardi
"Night" = nuit
"Tuesday night" = mardi soir