Definition of midday in English:

midday

Line breaks: mid¦day
Pronunciation: /mɪdˈdeɪ
 
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noun

  • The middle of the day; noon: he awoke at midday [as modifier]: the midday sun
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    • Don't water plants in the heat of the midday sun: early morning or late evening is best.
    • Morning mists can further confuse the eye; the midday sun can dazzle it into submission.
    • And as the empty tarmac streets melt in the midday sun, it appears only the flies are buzzing.
    Synonyms
    noon, twelve noon, twelve midday, twelve o'clock, high noon, noontide, noontime, noonday, twelve hundred, twelve hundred hours, one-two-double-O

Origin

Old English middæg (see mid-, day).

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