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sunrise

noun uk   us   /ˈsʌn.raɪz/
B1 [U] (US also sunup) the time in the morning when the sun starts to rise in the sky: They went out at sunrise to go bird-watching. We have to leave before sunup tomorrow.B1 [C] the appearance of the sky when the sun starts to rise: There was a beautiful sunrise this morning.
Translations of “sunrise”
in Korean 일출…
in Arabic شُروق الشَّمْس, الشُّروق…
in Portuguese nascer do sol…
in Catalan sortida del sol…
in Japanese 日の出…
in Italian alba…
in Chinese (Traditional) 日出(時分),拂曉,黎明, 晨曦,朝霞…
in Russian восход…
in Turkish gün doğması…
in Chinese (Simplified) 日出(时分),拂晓,黎明, 晨曦,朝霞…
in Polish wschód słońca…
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