In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(time of day)mañana femeninohe hasn't beden in all morning — no ha venido en toda la mañana
- yesterday/tomorrow morning — ayer/mañana por la mañana
- the following morning — a la mañana siguiente
- every morning — todas las mañanas
- every Saturday morning — todos los sábados por la mañana (or en la mañana etc.)
- at eight o'clock in the morning — a las ocho de la mañana
- until three in the morning — hasta las tres de la mañana / madrugada
- I always have a shower first thing in the morning — siempre me ducho en cuanto me levanto
- we'll do it first thing in the morning — lo haremos por la mañana a primera hora
- where were you on the morning of August 16? — ¿dónde estaba usted la mañana del 16 de agosto?
- morning is my best time for working — trabajo mucho mejor por la mañana (or en la mañana etc.)
- (good) morning! — ¡buen día!
- before noun morning coffee — café
- morning paper — periódico de la mañana
- the morning star — el lucero del alba
- We went to school across the fields in the morning and helped out on the farm in the evenings.
- Even so, John still starts work at three o'clock in the morning seven days a week.
- It is not unknown for it to take me two and a half hours to get to work in the morning.
- Now, if it doesn't work in the morning, we don't bother trying again until after lunch.
- The hostel had the usual practice of opening doors at seven in the morning and locking them at ten at night.
- Jane had help looking after Stephen for a couple of hours in the morning and evening.
- The two and a half hours of language lessons in the morning are not a pleasant ordeal for me.
- Try to keep your cats indoors early in the morning and at dusk, when birds are most active.
- You will work from seven in the morning till seven at night and have one and a half free days per month.
- Many people are too busy in the morning to eat breakfast or just do not feel hungry.
- No trams were running at the time, but it caused chaos in the morning rush hour.
- Men drive more than women and they are on the road earlier in the morning and later at night.
- He can be seen early in the morning and late at night making sure all is in order.
- Nowadays it's football from the time you wake up in the morning until you to go bed at night.
- If there's something in the morning paper about a case, I cut it out and put it in a file.
- We were supposed to leave very early in the morning since we had a very busy day ahead of us.
- She wakes up early in the morning and works on her wood sculptures until about noon.
- He spent three days working from seven in the morning until eleven at night on his masterpiece.
- Their mother worked the night shift at the local hospital and did not get home until eight in the morning.
- In a city like Glasgow, when people wake up in the morning the first thing they do is open the paper.
1.2literary (early period)albores masculino literarioaurora femenino literario
2morningspor las mañanasen las mañanas América Latinaa la mañana Río de la Platade mañana Río de la Plata
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