tomorrow Definition

  • 1the day after today
  • 2the future

Using tomorrow: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "tomorrow" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    I will finish my work tomorrow.

  • Example

    Tomorrow is another day.

  • Example

    We are leaving for vacation tomorrow.

  • Example

    I have a meeting tomorrow morning.

tomorrow Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for tomorrow

Phrases with tomorrow

  • the night following the current day


    We are going to the concert tomorrow night.

  • tomorrow's another day

    used to suggest that things may improve in the future


    Don't worry about today's problems. Tomorrow's another day.

  • used to suggest that something will be available or possible at a later time


    I'm sorry, we don't have any tickets left. Can you come back tomorrow?

Origins of tomorrow

from Old English 'tō morgenne', meaning 'on (the) morrow'


Summary: tomorrow in Brief

The term 'tomorrow' [təˈmɒrəʊ] refers to the day following the current day or the future. It is often used to indicate when an event or task will occur, such as 'We are leaving for vacation tomorrow.' 'Tomorrow' can also be used in phrases like 'tomorrow night,' referring to the night following the current day, and 'tomorrow's another day,' suggesting that things may improve in the future.

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