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tomorrow (təˈmɒrəʊ



  1. the day after today
  2. the future



  1. on the day after today
  2. at some time in the future

Word Origin

Old English tō morgenne, from to1 (at, on) + morgenne, dative of morgen morning; see morrow

Quotations including 'tomorrow'

Translations for 'tomorrow'

  • British English: tomorrow You use tomorrow to refer to the day after today.Bye, see you tomorrow.təˈmɒrəʊ ADVERB
  • Arabic: غَداً
  • Brazilian Portuguese: amanhã
  • Chinese: 明天
  • Croatian: sutra
  • Czech: zítra
  • Danish: i morgen
  • Dutch: morgen
  • European Spanish: mañanadía siguiente
  • Finnish: huomenna
  • French: demain
  • German: morgen
  • Greek: αύριο
  • Italian: domani
  • Japanese: 明日
  • Korean: 내일
  • Norwegian: i morgen
  • Polish: jutro
  • Portuguese: amanhã
  • Romanian: mâine
  • Russian: завтра
  • Spanish: mañanadía después de hoy
  • Swedish: i morgon
  • Thai: พรุ่งนี้
  • Turkish: yarın
  • Ukrainian: завтра
  • Vietnamese: vào ngày mai

Example Sentences Including 'tomorrow'

That he would have had more chance of stopping the sun rising tomorrow did little to ease his concern.
Jennifer Fallon TREASON KEEP (2001)
Jamie said: `Well, whatever happens tomorrow I think we can call the campaign a success.
Hugo Wilcken THE EXECUTION (2002)
I'll be here in the evenings, if you can come... come, but not tomorrow.


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