the morning after (the night before)

the morning after (the night before)

A hangover. A: "Ugh, I feel so sick." B: "Sounds like the morning after the night before to me. Weren't you out at the bar last night?"
See also: after, morning, night

morning after (the night before)

a hangover; the feelings associated with having drunk too much alcohol. Do worries about the morning after keep you from having a good time at parties? She's suffering from the morning after the night before.
See also: after, morning

the morning ˈafter (the night beˈfore)

(informal) the morning after an occasion when somebody has drunk too much alcohol and is feeling tired, ill/sick, etc: She was suffering from the effects of the morning after.a morning-after headache
See also: after, morning

the morning after

verb
See also: after, morning

the morning after (the night before)

n. a hangover. Do worries about the morning after keep you from having a good time at parties?
See also: after, before, morning, night
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