Definition of 'midday'

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Example sentences containing 'midday'

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He still insists on wearing a dark suit in the midday sun. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The bodies were discovered after emergency services were called around midday yesterday. The Sun (2016)The rooms behind the courtyard have little terraces for hiding away from the midday heat. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She left at midday to go a shopping centre and has not been seen since. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Chat to our experts from midday thetimes. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Meanwhile more people are skipping a midday meal completely. The Sun (2016)And do not go out in the midday sun. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was taken to hospital but discharged at midday yesterday. The Sun (2014)The blinding midday heat had forced the people to retire to their huts. Clerk, Jayana & Siegel, Ruth Modern Literatures of the Non-Western World: Where the Waters Are Born (1995)It was exhausting in the fierce heat of the midday sun. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In the sweltering midday heat dozens of soldiers had to be helped inside. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The pair are keen to see schools persuading parents of the joys of a cooked meal at midday. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Three quarters of those polled said that they had benefited by having a light lunch and not skipping a midday meal. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is only just gone midday. The Sun (2014)You couldn't miss it glinting in the midday sun. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The airport was closed until midday yesterday following the accident on Friday afternoon. The Sun (2010)Mistress Mary worked in her garden until it was time to go to her midday dinner. Frances Hodgson Burnett The Secret Garden (1911)The others toiled away under a midday sun, the sweat pouring off them. The Sun (2014)By midday yesterday, medics in stained white coats were still scrubbing blood off the floor. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And the cherry on the cake is they are going to have midday racing on a Sunday. The Sun (2014)

Synonyms of 'midday'

noon, twelve o'clock, noonday, noontime

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In Common Usage. midday is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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Translations for 'midday'

British English: midday /ˈmɪdˈdeɪ/ NOUN
Midday is twelve o'clock in the middle of the day.
At midday everyone had lunch.
  • American English: noon
  • Arabic: مُنْتَصَفُ الّنَهَارِ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: meio-dia
  • Chinese: 正午
  • Croatian: podne
  • Czech: poledne
  • Danish: middag kl. 12
  • Dutch: middag
  • European Spanish: mediodía
  • Finnish: keskipäivä
  • French: midi
  • German: Mittag
  • Greek: μεσημέρι
  • Italian: mezzogiorno
  • Japanese: 真昼
  • Korean: 정오
  • Norwegian: midt på dagen
  • Polish: południe pora dnia
  • European Portuguese: meio-dia
  • Romanian: prânz
  • Russian: полдень
  • Spanish: mediodía
  • Swedish: mitt på dagen
  • Thai: เที่ยงวัน
  • Turkish: öğle
  • Ukrainian: полудень
  • Vietnamese: buổi trưa


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