[ oh-ver-mawr-oh, ‐mor-oh ]
/ ˌoʊ vərˈmɔr oʊ, ‐ˈmɒr oʊ /
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the day after tomorrow: I’ve heard that tomorrow and overmorrow may bring exceptionally high waves.
on the day after tomorrow: If we leave overmorrow, we should not miss a day of the festival.
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Let’s start with some etymology: What are the origins of the typographical word “bracket”?
First appeared around 1750, and is related to the French word “braguette” for the name of codpiece armor.
First appeared in 1610, based on the French word “baguette” for the long loaf of bread.
First appeared in 1555, and is related to the French word “raquette” for a netted bat.TAKE THE QUIZ TO FIND OUT
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