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Translation of "morning" - English-Spanish dictionary

morning

noun   /ˈmɔː·nɪŋ/
A1 the first half of the day, from the time when the sun rises until the middle of the day mañana Friday morning tomorrow morning I got up late this morning. I listen to the radio in the morning. I’ll pack my bags in the morning (= tomorrow morning).
(good) morning
A1 used to say hello to someone in the morning buenos días Good morning, Sarah!
two, three, etc. o’clock in the morning
B1 two, three, etc. o’clock at night las dos, tres, etc. de la madrugada My car alarm went off at three o’clock in the morning.
(Definition of morning from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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)
Translations of “morning”
in Korean 오전, 아침…
in Arabic صَباح…
in Malaysian pagi…
in French matin…
in Russian утро…
in Chinese (Traditional) 早晨, 上午…
in Italian mattina, mattinata…
in Turkish sabah…
in Polish rano, poranek, ranek…
in Vietnamese buổi sáng…
in Portuguese manhã, madrugada…
in Thai ตอนเช้า…
in German der Morgen…
in Catalan matí…
in Japanese 午前, 朝…
in Chinese (Simplified) 早晨, 上午…
in Indonesian pagi…
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