English vocabulary and translations (See all)
tomorrow: the day after today, the next 24-hour period
See you tomorrow. Today is Saturday so I'll see you on Sunday.
Tomorrow is another day. Tomorrow could be different; a new day begins tomorrow.
- "I'd like to schedule our first meeting for tomorrow morning, first thing."
- "Fans of the punk group "Down with the Duke" will finally get their wish when the band makes its highly anticipated comeback tomorrow night at the Free Trade Room in New York City."
- "Well, we will look for Bruno and Susie tomorrow, but we have nothing to do tonight."
- "He's expecting you at his home studio in Sausalito tomorrow at 3PM."
- "Tomorrow morning, in meeting room A, Glen will be leading our first collective yoga class."
- "Then tomorrow we look for Bruno and Susie."
- "Meet me tomorrow at the secret location I posted on Facebook."
- "I just called to say that I had a great time and you should call me tomorrow or in two days."
- "Can we talk tomorrow?"
- "In any case, I've booked you a ticket to Alaska for tomorrow."
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