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Spanish translation of “morning”

morning

noun /ˈmoːniŋ/
the first part of the day, approximately up to noon
mañana
this morning tomorrow morning.
morning-after pill noun a contraceptive pill that a woman can take soon after having sex.
píldora del día después
morning glory noun (plural morning glories) any of various vines with funnel-shaped purple, blue, pink or white flowers that bloom early in the day.
dondiego de día
morning dress noun the clothes worn by a man for very formal events (eg weddings) held during the day.
chaqué y sombrero de copa
(Definition of morning from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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