Hindi translation of 'tomorrow'
tomorrow /təˈmɒrəʊ, Am -ˈmɔːr- टअˈमॉरअउ Am -ˈमॉर्-/
1. adverb, uncountable noun
Tomorrow refers to the day after today.
आनेवाला कल/आनेवाले कल का दिन mn
The results will be announced tomorrow.
Tomorrow is her thirteenth birthday.
2. adverb, uncountable noun
You can refer to the future as tomorrow.
भविष्य में/भविष्य mn
What is education going to look like tomorrow?
...tomorrow's computer industry.
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Example Sentences Including 'tomorrow'
That he would have had more chance of stopping the sun rising tomorrow did little to ease his concern.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Jamie said: `Well, whatever happens tomorrow I think we can call the campaign a success.THE EXECUTION (2002)
I'll be here in the evenings, if you can come... come, but not tomorrow.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
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'tomorrow' in Other Languages
- Arabic: غَداً
- Brazilian Portuguese: amanhã
- Chinese: 明天
- Croatian: sutra
- Czech: zítra
- Danish: i morgen
- Dutch: morgen
- European Spanish: mañana día 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: mañana día después de hoy
- Swedish: i morgon
- Thai: พรุ่งนี้
- Turkish: yarın
- Ukrainian: завтра
- Vietnamese: vào ngày mai
Translation of tomorrow from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary