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noonnoun [U]

uk   /nuːn/ us   /nuːn/
A2 twelve o'clock in the middle of the day, or about that time: We used to ski before noon and then have a long lunch. By noon, we had had ten phone calls.

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(Definition of noon from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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noonnoun [U]

us   /nun/
12 o’clock in the middle of the day; midday: My first class is at noon.
(Definition of noon from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “noon”
in Korean 정오…
in Arabic الظَهيرة…
in Malaysian waktu tengah hari…
in French midi…
in Russian полдень…
in Chinese (Traditional) 正午, 中午…
in Italian mezzogiorno…
in Turkish öğle, öğle vakti…
in Polish południe…
in Spanish mediodía…
in Vietnamese buổi trưa…
in Portuguese meio-dia…
in Thai เที่ยง…
in German der Mittag…
in Catalan migdia…
in Japanese 正午…
in Chinese (Simplified) 正午, 中午…
in Indonesian tengah hari…
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