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to·mor·row

 (tə-môr′ō, -mŏr′ō)
n.
1. The day following today.
2. The future.
adv.
On or for the day following today: "I won't think of it now.... I'll think of it tomorrow" (Margaret Mitchell).

[Middle English to morow, from Old English tō morgenne, in the morning : , at, on; see to + morgenne, dative of morgen, morning.]

tomorrow

(təˈmɒrəʊ)
n
1. the day after today
2. the future
adv
3. on the day after today
4. at some time in the future
[Old English tō morgenne, from to1 (at, on) + morgenne, dative of morgen morning; see morrow]

to•mor•row

(təˈmɔr oʊ, -ˈmɒr oʊ)

n.
1. the day following today.
2. a future period or time.
adv.
3. on the day following today.
4. at some future time.
[1225–75; Middle English to mor(o)we, to morghe (see to, morrow)]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tomorrow - the day after todaytomorrow - the day after today; "what are our tasks for tomorrow?"
24-hour interval, day, mean solar day, solar day, twenty-four hour period, twenty-four hours - time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis; "two days later they left"; "they put on two performances every day"; "there are 30,000 passengers per day"
2.tomorrow - the near futuretomorrow - the near future; "tomorrow's world"; "everyone hopes for a better tomorrow"
future, futurity, time to come, hereafter - the time yet to come
Adv.1.tomorrow - the next day, the day after, following the present daytomorrow - the next day, the day after, following the present day

tomorrow

noun
Quotations
"Take therefore no thought for the morrow; for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself" Bible: St. Matthew
"After all, tomorrow is another day" [Margaret Mitchell Gone With the Wind]
Proverbs
"Tomorrow never comes"
Translations
المُسْتَقْبَلغَداغَداً
zítrazítřek
i morgenmorgendagen
morgaŭ
homme
فردا
huomennahuominen
sutra
holnap
besokesok
á morguneftir viku frá tilteknum degi aî teljaframtíîinmorgundagur, dagurinn á morgun
明日
내일
cras
rytojrytojus
nākotnerītrītdienrītdiena
mâine
zajtrazajtrajšok
jutri
i morgonimorgonmorgondag
พรุ่งนี้
завтра
vào ngày mai

tomorrow

[təˈmɒrəʊ]
A. ADV
1.mañana
tomorrow eveningmañana por la tarde
tomorrow morningmañana por la mañana
a week tomorrowde mañana en ocho días
2. (= in the future) → en el mañana, en el futuro
B. N
1.mañana f
tomorrow is Sundaymañana es domingo
the day after tomorrowpasado mañana
will tomorrow do? (for piece of work) → ¿lo puedo dejar para mañana?; (for appointment) → ¿te conviene mañana?
tomorrow's paperel periódico de mañana
tomorrow is another daymañana sera otro día
like there's no other: he drank like there was no tomorrowbebió como si le fuera la vida en ello
2. (= the future) → mañana m, porvenir m
the writers of tomorrowlos escritores del mañana

tomorrow

[təˈmɒrəʊ]
adv
(= on the day after today) → demain
They're coming tomorrow → Ils viennent demain.
a week tomorrow → demain en huit
the day after tomorrow → après-demain
tomorrow morning → demain matin
tomorrow night → demain soir
(= in the future) → demain
n
(= day after today) → demain m
Tomorrow is her birthday → C'est son anniversaire demain.
tomorrow's performance → la représentation de demain
the day after tomorrow → après-demain
The day after tomorrow is a holiday → Après-demain est un jour férié.
(= future) → demain
tomorrow's computer industry → l'industrie informatique de demain
a better tomorrow → des lendemains meilleurs, de meilleurs lendemains

tomorrow

adv, nmorgen; (= future)Morgen nt; tomorrow week, a week tomorrowmorgen in einer Woche; a fortnight tomorrowmorgen in zwei Wochen; he’ll have been here a week tomorrowmorgen ist er eine Woche da; a year ago tomorrowmorgen vor einem Jahr; the day after tomorrowübermorgen; tomorrow morning/lunchtime/afternoon/eveningmorgen früh/Mittag/Nachmittag/Abend; late/early tomorrowmorgen spät/früh; tomorrow is Monday, it’s Monday tomorrowmorgen ist Montag; (as) from tomorrowab morgen, von morgen an, vom morgigen Tag an; see you tomorrow!bis morgen!; tomorrow’s paperdie morgige Zeitung, die Zeitung von morgen; the article will be in tomorrow’s paperder Artikel wird morgen in der Zeitung sein; will tomorrow do? (early enough) → reicht es noch bis morgen?, hat es noch bis morgen Zeit?; (convenient) → ist es morgen recht?; tomorrow is another day (prov) → morgen ist auch noch ein Tag (prov); tomorrow may never comewer weiß, was morgen ist; tomorrow never comes (prov) → es heißt immermorgen, morgen, nur nicht heute; who knows what tomorrow will bring?wer weiß, was das Morgen bringt?; a brighter tomorroweine bessere Zukunft; the science of tomorrowdie Wissenschaft von morgen; the stars of tomorrowdie Stars von morgen; tomorrow’s problemsdie Probleme von morgen; like there was no tomorrowals wenn es kein morgen (mehr) gäbe; eat, drinkwas das Zeug hält (inf)

tomorrow

[təˈmɒrəʊ]
1. adv (also) (fig) → domani
tomorrow morning → domani mattina
a week from tomorrow, a week tomorrow (Brit)domani a otto
2. ndomani m inv
tomorrow is Sunday → domani è domenica
the day after tomorrow → dopodomani
tomorrow's paper → il giornale di domani
tomorrow is another day (fig) → domani è un altro giorno

tomorrow

(təˈmorəu) noun, adverb
1. (on) the day after today. Tomorrow is Saturday; The news will be announced tomorrow.
2. (in) the future. tomorrow's world.

tomorrow

غَداً zítra i morgen morgen αύριο mañana huomenna demain sutra domani 明日 내일 morgen i morgen jutro amanhã завтра i morgon พรุ่งนี้ yarın vào ngày mai 明天

tomorrow

adv. mañana;
day after ___pasado ___.

tomorrow

adv mañana
References in classic literature ?
Let us resolve to make our government a place for what Franklin Roosevelt called "bold, persistent experimentation, a government for our tomorrows, not our yesterdays.
And you seem to see numbers of tomorrows just all in a line, the first of them the biggest and clearest, the others getting smaller and smaller as they stand farther away; but they all seem very fierce and cruel and as if they said, 'I'm coming
There was no hurry--there lay before him an endless vista of tomorrows with naught to fill them but the satisfying of the appetites and caprices of the moment.
Here, a worn old negress, whose thin arms and callous fingers tell of hard toil, waiting to be sold tomorrow, as a cast-off article, for what can be got for her; and some forty or fifty others, with heads variously enveloped in blankets or articles of clothing, lie stretched around them.
For New York tomorrow evening--for San Francisco next morning.
I hope he will be here tomorrow, for I have a question or two to ask him about myself of some consequence.
So the three of us, with Zverkov for the fourth, twenty-one roubles, at the Hotel de Paris at five o'clock tomorrow," Simonov, who had been asked to make the arrangements, concluded finally.
Fortune is a courtesan; favorable yesterday, she may turn her back tomorrow.
MY OWN BARBARA ALEXIEVNA,--Today, dearest, I saw Thedora, who informed me that you are to be married tomorrow, and on the following day to go away--for which purpose Bwikov has ordered a post-chaise.
Well, come to me tomorrow, for I must have time to think it over.
And one day when the shepherd and his wife were standing together before the house the shepherd said, 'I will shoot old Sultan tomorrow morning, for he is of no use now.
But that she must and should retract was instantly the eager cry of both the Thorpes; they must go to Clifton tomorrow, they would not go without her, it would be nothing to put off a mere walk for one day longer, and they would not hear of a refusal.