Definition of crack of dawn in English:

crack of dawn

Translate crack of dawn into Spanish

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  • A time very early in the morning; daybreak.

    ‘I've been up since the crack of dawn’
    • ‘In fact, I was at a sunrise service at the crack of dawn earlier today, service for Easter Sunday.’
    • ‘I would wake up early in the morning at the crack of dawn, go to Shivaji Park and watch the children play for hours.’
    • ‘We started our journey, at the crack of dawn, as the early morning sun shone behind the morning mist.’
    • ‘Typically, he'd be up at the crack of dawn on Saturday morning, and fly to Budapest or Barcelona or Berlin.’
    • ‘We pushed it off the roundabout and back onto the A1 and reached home at the crack of dawn on Monday morning.’
    • ‘Mercy was up at the crack of dawn like an early bird to get breakfast.’
    • ‘Perhaps they've been up at the crack of dawn or earlier, so they are tired.’
    • ‘Thibault is considered the family alarm clock since he's up at the crack of dawn every blessed morning.’
    • ‘Contrary to my expectations, the drivers don't have to be on the road at the crack of dawn every morning.’
    • ‘That I have had to get up at the crack of dawn the past two mornings has not helped my mood.’
    dawn, daybreak, break of day, crack of dawn, sunrise, first light, first thing in the morning, early morning, cockcrow