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at the crack of dawn

C2 very early in the morning, especially at the time when the sun first appears: We'll have to leave at the crack of dawn.
Translations of “at the crack of dawn”
in Chinese (Traditional) 大清早,黎明,破曉時分…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大清早,黎明,破晓时分…
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