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morning

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈmɔː.nɪŋ/ us    /ˈmɔːr-/
A1 the part of the day from the time when the sun rises or you wake up until the middle of the day or lunch time: a beautiful/sunny/wet morning I work three mornings a week at the bookshop. She only works in the mornings. What's our schedule for this morning? I'd like an appointment for tomorrow morning, please. I'll see you on Saturday morning. I had too much to drink at Sarah's party, and I felt terrible the morning after.in the morning A1 during the early part of the day: I listen to the radio in the morning. B1 at some time between twelve o'clock at night and twelve o'clock in the middle of the day: The murder took place at four in the morning. B1 the next morning: She said she would see you in the morning.
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morning

exclamation uk   /ˈmɔː.nɪŋ/ us    /ˈmɔːr-/ informal
a friendly way of greeting people when you meet them in the morning: Morning, Sue! How are you today?
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Translations of “morning”
in Korean 오전, 아침…
in Arabic صَباح…
in French matin…
in Turkish sabah…
in Italian mattina, mattinata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 早晨, 上午…
in Russian утро…
in Polish rano, poranek, ranek…
in Spanish mañana…
in Portuguese manhã, madrugada…
in German der Morgen…
in Catalan matí…
in Japanese 午前, 朝…
in Chinese (Simplified) 早晨, 上午…
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