English to Czech Meaning :: forenoon

Forenoon :
dopoledne
dopoledne - dopolednedopoledneforenoons
 
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Noun(1) the time period between dawn and noon

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(1) The outing will take in the Nenagh Heritage Centre and the lakes in Portroe and Killaloe in the forenoon .(2) At sea it was extremely cold but as we got closer in it got a bit better but it never stopped raining till well into the forenoon .(3) I remember the long green cucumber, soft and fleshy and a delight on that hot April forenoon .(4) The Assistant Secretary was too busy to see us in the forenoon , but we made an agreement to come back later in the afternoon.(5) The Nenagh Heritage Centre, the lakes at Portroe and Killaloe are all on the agenda for the forenoon .(6) As the crowd gets more and more hysteric with every passing moment, the temperature mounts sharply even in the otherwise pleasant March forenoon .(7) the forenoon watch(8) the wind starts picking up in the forenoon(9) One stays abed until the forenoon and neglects both blog and facial hair alike.(10) Throughout the night and until late this forenoon , all road traffic was delayed - and in some cases completely stopped - as the whole of Bolton and the surrounding district became ice-bound.(11) The next round was on Saturday forenoon in which there were group discussions and personal interview for the semi-finalists.(12) I awoke in the forenoon , pulled on my robe and sallied forth into the kitchen where I found my friend quite naked save for a pair of the most threadbare of undergarments.(13) I came always in the afternoon, for in the forenoon when I had finished my reading or writing I was at work spinning, or helping the monks prepare inks or parchment.(14) Up at the head end a yard engine takes off the cars to be picked up for interchange this forenoon .(15) In the forenoon we skirted the Island, getting 30 and 40 fathoms of water north and west of Inaccessible Island.(16) Towards morning he became more quiet and in the forenoon , at eleven o'clock, he expired his last sigh.
Related Words
(1) forenoon ::
dopoledne
(2) noon ::
poledne
(3) fore ::
přední
Synonyms
Noun
1. morning ::
ráno
2. morn ::
jitro
3. morning time ::
ranní čas
Different Forms
forenoon, forenoons
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