[mah-nyah-nah; English muh-nyah-nuh]Spanish.
- tomorrow; the (indefinite) future.
- tomorrow; in the (indefinite) future.
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Examples from the Web for manana
Reflected from Manana, a single gleam of light gave him further warning.
Two million dollars went into that experiment, but Manana won.The Weavers, Complete
For I had not been in Cuba more than twenty-eight hours before the "manana philosophy" had laid hold of me.Mavis of Green Hill
As it played backward and forward it tinged the crest of Manana, as the rock was called, with a faint halo of glory.
Statehood and "manana" are putting up a fierce contest to become exact synonyms.Oklahoma Sunshine</p>
Freeman E. (Freeman Edwin) Miller
- some other and later time
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Word Origin and History for manana
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