Definition of rise and shine in English:

rise and shine

  • [usually in imperative] informal Wake up and get out of bed promptly.
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    • Tomorrow, rise and shine, because it's awards time.
    • And in London last weekend, at least one household reverberated to a chorus of, ‘It's time for us to rise and shine and have a fun day!’
    • We were expected to rise and shine at 6.30 in the morning.
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