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Definition of 'sunrise'

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Example sentences containing 'sunrise'

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Song thrushes are singing two hours before sunrise. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Dip one into the other while watching the sunrise. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They set out the next morning just at sunrise. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)To see the sunrise over it was stunning. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You have to fast between sunrise and sunset. The Sun (2010)It also provides the times of sunrise and sunset on any given day. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The couple were on a sailing trip with friends and had woken early to catch the sunrise. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Santa may be around before they see sunrise again. The Sun (2010)From sunset to sunrise a sustaining energy seems to run through the ship. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He did not see the sunrise nor the broadening day. Times, Sunday Times (2006)To him, a sunrise signals another day in the salt mines. Christianity Today (2000)And the cameras were controlled all the time, from sunrise to sunset. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We stayed up until sunrise, watching elephants drinking. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Sunrise, sunset and the law of nature. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's an hour after sunrise on day three of the photographic safari and a solitary vulture is crossing a flat sky. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The daily change in sunrise and sunset times is extremely small at this time of year, changing by only a few seconds. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In the morning I woke to a spectacular sunrise over the peaks. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A couple of hours after sunrise the Germans approached the railway bridge in close formation. Times, Sunday Times (2014)For a good reason: its eastern window faces the precise point of sunrise on the day of the saint after which it is named. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Endeavour arrived at its destination before sunrise yesterday, after an all-night journey. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The best time for viewing is on a clear night, an hour before sunrise, away from light pollution. Times, Sunday Times (2013)

Synonyms of 'sunrise'

dawn, daybreak, break of day, daylight

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Translations for 'sunrise'

British English: sunrise /ˈsʌnˌraɪz/ NOUN
Sunrise is the time in the morning when the sun first appears.
The rain began before sunrise.
  • American English: sunrise
  • Arabic: شُروقُ الشَّمْس
  • Brazilian Portuguese: nascer do sol
  • Chinese: 日出
  • Croatian: izlazak sunca
  • Czech: východ slunce
  • Danish: solopgang
  • Dutch: zonsopgang
  • European Spanish: amanecer
  • Finnish: auringonnousu
  • French: lever du soleil
  • German: Sonnenaufgang
  • Greek: ανατολή του ηλίου
  • Italian: alba
  • Japanese: 日の出
  • Korean: 일출
  • Norwegian: soloppgang
  • Polish: wschód słońca
  • European Portuguese: nascer do sol
  • Romanian: răsărit de soare
  • Russian: восход солнца
  • Spanish: amanecer
  • Swedish: soluppgång
  • Thai: พระอาทิตย์ขึ้น
  • Turkish: gün doğuşu
  • Ukrainian: схід сонця
  • Vietnamese: bình minh

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