Detailed Translations for dawn from English to Spanish


dawn [the ~] noun

  1. the dawn (daybreak; aurora; peep of day; bowl; cup)
    la aurora; el amanecer; la alborada
  2. the dawn (daybreak)
    el amanecer
  3. the dawn (peep of day; daybreak)
    el crepúsculo matutino; la aurora

to dawn verb (dawns, dawned, dawning)

  1. to dawn (glimmer)
  2. to dawn (break)

Conjugations for dawn:

  1. dawn
  2. dawn
  3. dawns
  4. dawn
  5. dawn
  6. dawn
simple past
  1. dawned
  2. dawned
  3. dawned
  4. dawned
  5. dawned
  6. dawned
present perfect
  1. have dawned
  2. have dawned
  3. has dawned
  4. have dawned
  5. have dawned
  6. have dawned
past continuous
  1. was dawning
  2. were dawning
  3. was dawning
  4. were dawning
  5. were dawning
  6. were dawning
  1. shall dawn
  2. will dawn
  3. will dawn
  4. shall dawn
  5. will dawn
  6. will dawn
continuous present
  1. am dawning
  2. are dawning
  3. is dawning
  4. are dawning
  5. are dawning
  6. are dawning
  1. be dawned
  2. be dawned
  3. be dawned
  4. be dawned
  5. be dawned
  6. be dawned
  1. dawn!
  2. let's dawn!
  3. dawned
  4. dawning
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for dawn:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
alborada aurora; bowl; cup; dawn; daybreak; peep of day aubade
amanecer aurora; bowl; cup; dawn; daybreak; peep of day early morning; early morning hours
aurora aurora; bowl; cup; dawn; daybreak; peep of day
crepúsculo matutino dawn; daybreak; peep of day
- morning
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
alborear break; dawn
amanecer break; dawn; glimmer accuse; beam; blame; border; call upon; cheat; chirp; clearly define; con; define; demarcate; discredit; dun; edge; exhort; fence; fence in; fence off; flare; flicker; get a lighter shade of colour; give off light; gull; hold against; hold it against s.o.; light; light up; lighten; lighten up; map out; mark out; move house; outline; radiate; rebuke; remove; reprimand; reproach; resent; shimmer; shine; shine up; sparkle; spoof; summon; swindle; trace out; trick; twinkle; vibrate
apuntar el día dawn; glimmer
resplandecer dawn; glimmer beam; blaze; egalize; even; glimmer; glisten; glitter; glow with; polish; radiate; shimmer; shine; shine lightly; smooth; sparkle; twinkle
romper el día break; dawn
- click; come home; fall into place; get across; get through; penetrate; sink in
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- daybreak

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Antonyms for "dawn":

Related Definitions for "dawn":

  1. the earliest period1
    • the dawn of civilization1
  2. an opening time period1
    • it was the dawn of the Roman Empire1
  3. become light1
    • It started to dawn, and we had to get up1
  4. become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions1
    • It dawned on him that she had betrayed him1
  5. appear or develop1
    • The age of computers had dawned1

Wiktionary Translations for dawn:

  1. rising of the sun
  2. morning twilight period
  1. to begin to brighten with daylight

Cross Translation:
dawn amanecer; madrugada; alba Morgengrauen — erste Phase des beginnenden Tageslichts
dawn salida del sol Sonnenaufgang — das scheinbare Auftauchen der Sonne über den Horizont
dawn amanecer tagen — Tag werden
dawn amanecida; albor; madrugada; alborada; aurora; amanecer; alba dageraad — het aanbreken van de dag
dawn comenzar; empezar; amanecer aanbreken — beginnen van tijd
dawn alba; madrugada aube — moment où la lumière du soleil levant commence à blanchir
dawn aurora; albura aurorelueur brillante et rosée qui paraît dans le ciel avant que le soleil ne soit sur l’horizon.
dawn crepúsculo crépuscule — Lumière après le coucher du soleil

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