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noon

noun [U] uk   /nuːn/ us  
A2 twelve o'clock in the middle of the day, or about that time: We used to ski before noon and then have a long lunch. By noon, we had had ten phone calls.
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in Korean 정오…
in Arabic الظَهيرة…
in French midi…
in Turkish öğle, öğle vakti…
in Italian mezzogiorno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 正午, 中午…
in Russian полдень…
in Polish południe…
in Spanish mediodía…
in Portuguese meio-dia…
in German der Mittag…
in Catalan migdia…
in Japanese 正午…
in Chinese (Simplified) 正午, 中午…
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