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The morning is the part of each day which begins when you get up or when it becomes light outside, and which ends at noon or lunchtime.
You refer to the morning of the present day as this morning.
You refer to the morning of the previous day as yesterday morning.
If something will happen during the morning of the next day, you can say that it will happen tomorrow morning or in the morning.
If something happened during a particular morning in the past, use on and mention the particular morning, for example, 'on Monday morning'.
If something happened earlier in the morning during a particular day in the past that you are describing, you can say that it happened that morning or in the morning.
If something happened during the morning of the day before a particular day in the past, you can say that it happened the previous morning.
If something happened during the morning of the day after a day in the past, you say that it happened the next morning, in the morning, next morning, or the following morning.
In stories, if you want to say that something happened during a morning in the past, without saying which morning, you say that it happened one morning.
If you want to say that something will happen during a particular morning in the future, you use on and mention the particular morning, for example, 'on Monday morning'.
If something will happen in the morning during a particular day in the future that you are describing, you can say that it will happen in the morning.
If something will happen during the morning of the day after a particular day in the future, you can say that it will happen the following morning.
If something happens or happened regularly every morning, you say that it happens or happened in the morning or in the mornings.
If something happens or happened once a week during a particular morning, you use on followed by the name of a day of the week and mornings.
In American English, you can say that something happens mornings, without 'on'.
You can use in the morning with times of day to make it clear that you are talking about the period between midnight and noon rather than the period between noon and midnight.
|Noun||1.||morning - the time period between dawn and noon; "I spent the morning running errands"|
period, period of time, time period - an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
daylight, daytime, day - the time after sunrise and before sunset while it is light outside; "the dawn turned night into day"; "it is easier to make the repairs in the daytime"
early-morning hour - an hour early in the morning
|2.||morning - a conventional expression of greeting or farewell|
|3.||morning - the first light of day; "we got up before dawn"; "they talked until morning"|
aurora, break of day, break of the day, cockcrow, dawn, dawning, daybreak, dayspring, first light, sunrise, sunup
|4.||morning - the earliest period; "the dawn of civilization"; "the morning of the world"|
start - the beginning of anything; "it was off to a good start"
"Awake! For morning in the bowl of night"
"Has flung the stone that puts the stars to flight"
"And lo! the Hunter of the East has caught"
"The Sultan's turret in a noose of light" [Edward Fitzgerald The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám]
he's generally out mornings → por las mañanas no suele estar
the morning after (hum) → la mañana después de la juerga
good morning! → ¡buenos días!
in the morning (= during the morning) → por la mañana, en la mañana (LAm); (tomorrow) → mañana por la mañana
early in the morning → a primera hora de la mañana, muy de mañana
at seven o'clock in the morning → a las siete de la mañana
at three in the morning → a las tres de la madrugada
the next morning → la mañana siguiente
on Saturday morning → el sábado por la mañana
tomorrow morning → mañana por la mañana
yesterday morning → ayer por la mañana
morning dress N → chaqué m, traje m de etiqueta
morning glory N → dondiego m de día, ipomea f
morning mist N → bruma f del alba
morning paper N → diario m or periódico m de la mañana
morning prayers NPL → oficio m matinal
morning sickness N (Med) → náuseas fpl del embarazo
morning star N → lucero m del alba
morning tea N → té m mañanero
tomorrow morning → demain matin
this morning → ce matin
in the morning (= in that part of the day) → le matin
I work better in the morning → Je travaille mieux le matin.
at 7 o'clock in the morning → à sept heures du matin (= tomorrow morning) → demain matin
he'll phone back in the morning → il rappellera dans la matinée
every morning → tous les matins
on Monday morning → lundi matin
the next morning → le lendemain matin
the morning after → le lendemain matin
What happens the morning after? → Que se passe-t-il le lendemain matin ?
the morning after sth → le lendemain de qch
the morning after the party → le lendemain de la fête morning paper
I've been busy all morning → J'ai été occupé toute la matinée.
morning, noon and night (= all the time) → nuit et jour
She works morning, noon and night → Elle travaille nuit et jour.morning-after pill n → pilule f du lendemainmorning paper n → journal m du matinmorning sickness n → nausées fpl matinalesmorning star n → étoile f du matin
this morning → stamattina, questa mattina
yesterday morning → ieri mattina
tomorrow morning → domani mattina, domattina
on Monday morning → lunedì mattina
a morning's work → il lavoro di una mattinata
in the morning → di mattina, la mattina (tomorrow) → domattina
I work in the mornings → lavoro la mattina
at 7 o'clock in the morning → alle 7 del mattino
on the morning of September 19th → la mattina del 19 settembre
morning→ صَبَاحٌ ráno morgen Morgen πρωί mañana aamu matin jutro mattina 午前 아침 ochtend morgen ranek manhã утро morgon เวลาเช้า sabah buổi sáng 早晨
- Good morning
- I'm free tomorrow morning
- When does the bus leave in the morning? (US)
When does the coach leave in the morning? (UK)
- I'd like a wake-up call for tomorrow morning at seven o'clock (US)
I'd like an alarm call for tomorrow morning at seven o'clock (UK)
- I shall be leaving tomorrow morning at ten a.m. (US)
I will be leaving tomorrow morning at ten a.m. (UK)
- Is the museum open in the morning?
- I've been sick since this morning
- This morning
- In the morning
- Tomorrow morning