When the bus didn't turn right on Second Street, it finally dawned on me that I had wrong bus.
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dawn /dɔːn/ DJ
the time of day when light first appears 黎明；拂曉；破曉 uncountable countable
daybreak Synonym; sunrise Synonym
They start work at dawn. 天一亮他們就開始幹活了。
It's almost dawn. 天快亮了。
We arrived in Sydney as dawn broke(= as the first light could be seen). 黎明時分我們到達了悉尼。
I woke up just before dawn. 我正好在拂曉前醒來。
summer's early dawns 夏日早到的黎明
He works from dawn till dusk(= from morning till night). 他從早到晚地工作。
the beginning or first signs of something 開端；曙光；萌芽 singular ~ (of sth)
of a day or a period of time 一天或一個時期 to begin 開始 written V
The following morning dawned bright and warm. 第二天一大早陽光和煦。
A new technological age had dawned. 新技術時代已經開始。
to become obvious or easy to understand 變得明朗；開始清楚 V
Slowly the awful truth dawned. 可怕的事實慢慢地清晰起來。
the light dawned (on somebody)
dawn on somebody no passive
if something dawns on you, you begin to realize it for the first time 使開始明白；使漸漸領悟；使開始理解
Suddenly it dawned on me that they couldn't possibly have met before. 我突然明白他們以前不可能見過面。 英文字典
Dawn is the time of day when light first appears in the sky, just before the sun rises.
The dawn of a period of time or a situation is the beginning of it.
If something is dawning, it is beginning to develop or come into existence. 更多英文字典結果 »
dawn chorus 破曉時的鳥鳴聲
false dawn 假曙光；虛幻的希望
dawn raid (股市用語)股市開盤時大量買下某公司之股票
break of day/dawn 破曉；黎明
at the crack of dawn 黎明；破曉；清晨
dawn on somebody 使開始明白；使漸漸領悟；使開始理解
click: become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions; "It dawned on him that she had betrayed him"; "she was penetrated with sorrow"
the first light of day; "we got up before dawn"; "they talked until morning"
appear or develop; "The age of computers had dawned"