Definition of 'noon'
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Yet just before noon that day, the government had announced that Heathrow was to get its third runway. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Voting phone lines open at noon today. The Sun (2009)Competition open from noon to midnight today. The Sun (2014)The deadline for entries lapses at noon today. Times, Sunday Times (2006)All those with a vote have been reminded that the deadline is noon tomorrow after reports of a low turnout. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Deals are loaded at noon each day for stays that night and it takes less than a minute to book a room. The Sun (2012)To her right the city stretches out, baking in the noon sun. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Take an apartment and eat out morning, noon and night. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Try morning, noon and night sickness. The Sun (2013)She is in my thoughts morning, noon and night. The Sun (2012)Each day at noon, one of the entered postcodes is randomly selected. The Sun (2014)He wants it morning, noon and night. The Sun (2013)I took stars morning, noon and night for about a year. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Last night the death toll continued to mount at base camp - a virtual tent city that was engulfed by avalanches just before noon local time. The Sun (2015)It isn't possible that anything has happened to the sun, and this is twelve at noon! A Christmas Carol (1843)This was huge, but the play kicked off at twelve noon, right in the middle of my radio show. The Sun (2008)He arrived at the election office half an hour early, then went away and returned 15 minutes after the noon deadline. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Details of how the construction will look are top secret, but pop along between noon to 5pm to help put the piece together. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Yesterday's high drama came with just a few hours to spare before the noon deadline for nominations to become the new Tory leader. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'noon'
British English: noon /nuːn/ NOUN
Noon is twelve o'clock in the middle of the day.
The long day of meetings started at noon.
- American English: noon
- Arabic: ظُهْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: meio-dia
- Chinese: 中午
- Croatian: podne
- Czech: poledne
- Danish: middag kl. 12
- Dutch: middag
- European Spanish: mediodía
- Finnish: keskipäivä
- French: midi
- German: Mittag
- Greek: μεσημέρι
- Italian: mezzogiorno
- Japanese: 正午
- Korean: 정오
- Norwegian: klokka tolv
- Polish: południe pora dnia
- European Portuguese: meio-dia
- Romanian: prânzmoment al zilei
- Russian: полдень
- Spanish: mediodía
- Swedish: klockan tolv på dagen
- Thai: เที่ยงวัน
- Turkish: öğle
- Ukrainian: полудень
- Vietnamese: buổi trưa
Definition of noon from the Collins English Dictionary
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