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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “sunrise”

sunrise

noun
 
 
/ˈsʌn.raɪz/
[U] (US informal also sun-up) the time in the morning when the sun starts to rise in the sky
日出(時分),拂曉,黎明
They went out at sunrise to go bird-watching.
他們日出的時候就出去賞鳥了。
We have to leave before sun-up tomorrow.
我們明天得在日出之前離開。
Days and times of day
[C] the appearance of the sky when the sun starts to rise
晨曦,朝霞
There was a beautiful sunrise this morning.
今天早上的朝霞很美。
Days and times of day
(Definition of sunrise from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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