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 Translation for 'morrow' from English to Russian
NOUN1   a morrow | morrows
NOUN2   a to-morrow | to-morrows
завтра {с} [нескл.]morrow [poet., archaic]
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Translation for 'morrow' from English to Russian

morrow [poet., archaic]
завтра {с} [нескл.]
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Usage Examples English
  • It should begin "on the morrow after the Shabbat", and continue to be counted for seven Sabbaths.
  • 3 #1" featured her death caused by one of Necromina's "morrow blocks", but she was later seen alongside other supposedly dead New Gods Forager and Highfather in the Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle limited series of 2006.
  • O. Morrow (Tomek Ovadya Morah) first appeared in "The Flash" (vol.
  • Pray tell thou me to-morrow.
  • "Motoring To-day and To-morrow" (1928) is dedicated to Reginald Pound, with a note from Cottenham to say that "in motoring, as in other things, we cherish similar ideals, dislike the same tendencies".

  • Vell — did I got $1.85 for loading dot pig iron on dot car to-morrow?
  • This last was read to the Academy on 22 January 1793, the morrow of Louis XVI's execution. Meanwhile, Bréquigny had taken part in three great and erudite works.
  • "The Song of the Morrow" (1998) is an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's little-known prose poem of the same name.
  • "Artifex, or the Future of Craftsmanship" (1926), part of the To-day and To-morrow series, was a pamphlet by Gloag that discussed the relationship between artistic craftmanship and mass production.
  • Her early career was in stage productions included "The Country Boy, The Dawn of a To-morrow," and "The Governor's Lady."

  • Brian Stableford noted that the "To-day and To-morrow" series provided "an important stimulus to the discussion of future possibilities among the British intelligensia", and hence an increased interest in fiction extrapolating the ideas the series discussed.
  • Holy Trinity dates from the 13th century, when about the year 1260 Alard the Fleming who owned the great manor of Pulborough and was granted the right to hold a fair at Rudgwick on “the eve, feast and morrow of the Holy Trinity” (Trinity Sunday).
  • The market was to be held on Wednesdays and the fairs on the eve, day and morrow of the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin (8 September) and on the eve, day and morrow of St George's Day (23 April).
  • "Garden Cities of To-morrow" is a book by the British urban planner Ebenezer Howard.
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