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German - English (British) translations for "Morgen"

"Morgen" German translation





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Meaning: morning

Guten Morgen!

Good morning!

Meaning: tomorrow

Wir treffen uns morgen.

We are meeting tomorrow.

Meaning: future

Was bringt der Morgen?

What does the future hold?

Meaning: dawn

Die Sonne geht am Morgen auf.

The sun rises in the morning.


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A1: Guten Morgen!

Good morning!

A1: Ich habe morgen frei.

I have tomorrow off.

A2: Morgen gehe ich einkaufen.

Tomorrow I am going shopping.

B1: Morgen werde ich früh aufstehen.

Tomorrow I will wake up early.

B1: Wir haben morgen einen wichtigen Termin.

We have an important appointment tomorrow.

B2: Gestern hat es geregnet, aber morgen wird die Sonne scheinen.

It rained yesterday, but the sun will shine tomorrow.

C1: Wenn ich morgen Zeit habe, werde ich dich besuchen.

If I have time tomorrow, I will visit you.

C1: Die Präsentation muss bis morgen fertig sein.

The presentation must be finished by tomorrow.

C2: Morgen wäre ein guter Tag für einen Ausflug in die Natur.

Tomorrow would be a good day for a trip into nature.

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The German noun 'Morgen' means 'morning' in English. It refers to the period of time between midnight and noon.

In German culture, the morning is considered a fresh start to the day. It is a time when people wake up, have breakfast, and prepare for the activities ahead.

The word 'Morgen' can also be used metaphorically to represent a new beginning or a hopeful future. It is often associated with optimism and the idea of starting afresh.

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