noon

UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈnuːn/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/nun/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(no̅o̅n)

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noon

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [met, left, started] at noon
  2. the [service, lesson, match] starts at noon
  3. (at) noon on [Saturday, Sunday]
  4. the clock struck noon
  5. UK: [Sunday] noon
  6. [a showdown, duel] at high noon
  7. we're [meeting, coming] at noon
  8. will be there at noon
  9. see you at noon!
  10. what time is it? It's noon.
  11. it's almost noon and I haven't [gone, done, left]
  12. are you busy around noon?
  13. what are you doing around noon?
  14. [can, should] we meet [at, around] noon?
  15. take my lunch break at noon
  16. [starts, kicks off, ends, begins] at noon
  17. arrived just [before, after] noon
  18. it's half past noon
  19. it's a quarter to noon
  20. at noon on [Friday]
  21. it is noon in [Vietnam] right now
  22. it's [about, around] noon (right now)
  23. tomorrow at noon
  24. will be [here, waiting] until noon
  25. it is twelve o'clock noon
  26. have [an appointment, a meeting] at noon
  27. the [bus, train, plane] leaves at noon
  28. the noon of the [actor's, writer's] career
  29. the (high) noon sun
  30. the noon [train, slot, bus]
  31. a noon [departure, kick-off, meeting]
n as adj
  1. [relaxing, chatting, snacking] in the noon sun
  2. [roasting, sweating, burning] under the noon sun
  3. have a noon [lunch, meeting]
  4. the (high) noon sun
  5. the noon [train, slot, bus]
  6. a noon [departure, kickoff, meeting]
'noon' also found in these entries (note: many are not synonyms or translations):
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