Definition of 'tomorrow'
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Example sentences containing 'tomorrow'
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Ministers expect the ruling a week tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The government is expected to announce a national day of mourning tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The jury will return tomorrow for closing speeches. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The winner receives all four tickets and will also be contacted tomorrow. The Sun (2016)Now he feels pain and we will see tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Products and whole businesses can become obsolete as tomorrow leaves them behind. Times, Sunday Times (2017)An announcement is likely today or tomorrow. The Sun (2016)The statistics suggest that tomorrow's match should be one for the purist. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tomorrow afternoon Pep will face one of his finest students. The Sun (2016)It's a quiet one as we've got another big day tomorrow. The Sun (2016)Tomorrow will also be the first time they have faced each other since the incident. The Sun (2011)The owner will decide once we have seen what happens tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Our apprentices today become managers tomorrow and want to stay. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And forget about the bank holiday tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2007)By the day after tomorrow little more will be heard of it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You only have today and tomorrow to book yours so make sure you go online. The Sun (2014)More web price cuts expected tomorrow will also spur spending. The Sun (2014)Steel prayed that tomorrow would not see two more lovers touched by tragedy. Man of Honour (2007)He can rest only when tomorrow has become yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Why plan for tomorrow when today is so exciting? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Go online the day after tomorrow and you will find the same three letters occurring again and again and again. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Tomorrow you will deal with tomorrow's work. Positive Parent Power (1991)To complete writing an outline of my sermon by two o'clock tomorrow afternoon is a goal. Christianity Today (2000)She has her proper birthday tomorrow and her official birthday in June. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The ex-England boss will hold crunch talks about his future when he returns from holiday tomorrow. The Sun (2015)He was instantly disqualified and now has an anxious wait to see if he is selected when the team is named a week tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He will be joined by other pals a week tomorrow, also running the marathon for the forces charity. The Sun (2010)Then fill in the form we will print tomorrow, or download it at the same website next week. The Sun (2013)Mother's Day tomorrow is a great day for a fabulous family tea. The Sun (2014)England play Pakistan in their second and final warm-up match tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And they are bursting with confidence for tomorrow's home match with Wigan. The Sun (2011)Europe will be a flashpoint at the party conference in Birmingham, which begins a week tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Trends of 'tomorrow'
In Common Usage. tomorrow is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'tomorrow'
British English: tomorrow /təˈmɒrəʊ/ ADVERB
You use tomorrow to refer to the day after today.
Bye, see you tomorrow.
- American English: tomorrow
- 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
- European 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
Definition of tomorrow from the Collins English Dictionary
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