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tomorrow

adverb, noun [U] uk   /təˈmɒr.əʊ/ us    /-ˈmɔːr.oʊ/
A1 (on) the day after today: I've arranged to see Rachel tomorrow night. Oh, leave it till tomorrow. Is John coming to tomorrow's meeting? He'll be back tomorrow week/a week tomorrow (= a week from tomorrow). C2 used more generally to mean the future: Today's problem child may be tomorrow's criminal. We make sacrifices now to give our children a better tomorrow.
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