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Translation of "dawn" - English-Turkish dictionary

dawn

noun [U]     /dɔːn/
B2 the early morning when light first appears in the sky şafak vakti, seher vakti We woke at dawn.Days and times of day
the dawn of sth literary
C1 the time when something began bir şeyin başlama vakti the dawn of civilization →  See also the crack of dawn Beginnings and starts
Translations of “dawn”
in Arabic فَجْر…
in Korean 새벽…
in Malaysian permulaan…
in French naissance…
in Italian alba…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拂曉,破曉,黎明…
in Russian рассвет…
in Polish świt…
in Vietnamese buổi sơ khai…
in Spanish albores…
in Portuguese amanhecer…
in Thai การเริ่มขึ้น…
in German der Anbruch…
in Catalan alba…
in Japanese 夜明け…
in Indonesian awal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拂晓,破晓,黎明…
(Definition of dawn noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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