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tomorrow

[ tuh-mawr-oh, -mor-oh ]
/ təˈmɔr oʊ, -ˈmɒr oʊ /
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noun

the day following today: Tomorrow is supposed to be sunny.
a future period or time: the stars of tomorrow.

adverb

on the morrow; on the day following today: Come tomorrow at this same time.
at some future time: We shall rest easy tomorrow if we work for peace today.

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Origin of tomorrow

1225–75; Middle English to mor(o)we, to morghe (see to, morrow), variant of to mor(o)wen, to morghen (see morn)
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British Dictionary definitions for tomorrow

tomorrow
/ (təˈmɒrəʊ) /

noun

the day after today
the future

adverb

on the day after today
at some time in the future

Word Origin for tomorrow

Old English tō morgenne, from to 1 (at, on) + morgenne, dative of morgen morning; see morrow
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Idioms and Phrases with tomorrow

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