Idiom of the day | Crack of dawn | Day 170

Idiom of the day- Crack of dawn


Crack of dawn

English Meaning – Early in the morning

Hindi Meaning – Pratahkal (subah)


Crack of dawn Example

She is always up at the crack of dawn.

Wah roz subah jaldi uthti hai.

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