Translation for 'at midday' from English to Bulgarian
at midday {adv}на обяд
Partial Matches
at {prep}по [за време]
at {prep}през
at midnight {adv}в полунощ
at last {adv}най-накрая
at least {adv}барем [разг.]
at all {adv}изобщо
at least {adv}най-малко
at all {adv}въобще
at night {adv}нощем
at home {adv}у дома
at home {adv}вкъщи
at least {adv}поне
at night {adv}през ноща
at once {adv}незабавно
at the library {adv}в библиотеката
to sneer at sb. {verb}присмивам се на нкг. [несв.]
unverified to glare at sb. {verb} гледам нкг. предизвикателно (гневно) [несв.]
to tug at sth. {verb}дърпам за нщ. [несв.]
aimed at sth. {adj} {past-p}насочен към нщ.
at all times {adv}по всяко време
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Usage Examples English
  • A green apple for instance looks green to us at midday, when the main illumination is white sunlight, and also at sunset, when the main illumination is red.
  • A five-minute-long news summary goes out Monday to Friday at midday.
  • It is fairly common for several academic families to combine in the latter stages of the revels. At midday all the First-Years gather in Quad of St Salvator's College to compare their receipts and also to be open to challenge from older students who may look for errors in the Latin of the receipt (an almost inevitable occurrence).
  • In spring and summer, the thermometer may hit the low 90s at midday and drop only to the 70s at night.
  • Muslims refer to this day as "Aligjyn" ("Ali Day"), and it is believed that Ali becomes Elias at midday.

  • For instance, the issue released at midday on 15 March shows 16 March on the masthead.
  • This was unveiled on Hanwell Broadway at midday on 7 May 1937, as part of Ealing's celebration of the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later known as the Queen Mother) by Alderman Alfred Bradford, chairman of the Highways Committee.
  • Temperature maps of Tethys obtained by "Cassini", have shown this bluish region is cooler at midday than surrounding areas, giving the satellite a "Pac-man"-like appearance at mid-infrared wavelengths.
  • Alternatively, in the Northern Hemisphere outside the tropics, the Sun will be roughly in the south at midday.
  • 5 FM for two weeks, K Rock went to air at midday on the Saturday of the Australia Day weekend 1990, the first announcer to speak on the new FM station was Ian 'Strawny' Strachan.

  • #PeaceDay circulated by 19 million Twitter users at midday, representing an estimated 13% of entire active Twitter users.
  • The first briefing was at midday when Gibson and Wallis explained the details of the raid to the pilots and navigators.
  • A common way used to identify a vampire was to place a 7 year old boy dressed in white on a white horse near the graveyard at midday.
  • Omanis usually eat their main daily meal at midday, while the evening meal is lighter.
  • The temperature at midday may be too high or at night too low.

  • At midday "Virginia" withdrew toward Norfolk, and the Union Navy resumed its efforts to refloat "Minnesota".
  • Following traditional French custom, many businesses close at midday to allow a lengthy lunch, then reopen later in the afternoon.
  • In 1978, the Victorian branch voted to dissolve opposition to a carbon tax, stating "We're not in favour of a carbon tax because we believe it's a tax on people and a tax on life"; an advocate for shops closing at midday on Saturdays; and at the Inaugural Jack Kane dinner in July 2011, Madigan advocated Chifley protectionist economics.
  • Initially, there was insufficient budget for a full schedule; the station had a breakfast show, a two-hour show at midday and then an extended five o'clock news and sports bulletin, while using BBC Radio 2 outside these times.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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