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Translation of "morning" - English-Turkish dictionary

morning

noun [C, U]     /ˈmɔːnɪŋ/
A1 the first half of the day, from the time when the sun rises or you wake up until the middle of the day sabah Friday morning tomorrow morning I got up late this morning.Days and times of day
in the morning
A1 during the early part of the day sabahleyin, sabah vakti, sabah I listen to the radio in the morning.Days and times of day
B1 tomorrow morning ertesi sabah; sabahleyin I'll pack my bags in the morning.Days, and parts of the weekIn the future and soon
3/4/, etc o'clock in the morning
B1 3/4, etc o'clock in the night sabahın üçünde/dördünde vs.; sabaha karşı My car alarm went off at 3 o'clock in the morning.Days and times of day
(Good) morning.
A1 used to say hello to someone in the morning 'Günaydın!', 'İyi/Hayırlı sabahlar!', Welcoming, greeting and greetings
Translations of “morning”
in Arabic صَباح…
in Korean 오전, 아침…
in Malaysian pagi…
in French matin…
in Italian mattina, mattinata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 早晨, 上午…
in Russian утро…
in Polish rano, poranek, ranek…
in Vietnamese buổi sáng…
in Spanish mañana…
in Portuguese manhã, madrugada…
in Thai ตอนเช้า…
in German der Morgen…
in Catalan matí…
in Japanese 午前, 朝…
in Indonesian pagi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 早晨, 上午…
(Definition of morning from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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