What does At The Crack Of Dawn mean? Here is a one-point lesson to help you learn this English!
The idiom, at the crack of dawn, means at a very early time in the morning. If you wake up at the crack of dawn it means that you wake up very early.
- You can hear many birds singing at the crack of dawn.
- I always wake up at the crack of dawn!
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