English version

bright and early

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbright and earlybright and earlyEARLYvery early in the morning He was up bright and early, keen to get started. bright
Examples from the Corpus
bright and earlyDespite the awful weather, some executives were at their desks bright and early.I arrived bright and early at Brian the falconer's house for day one of my course.Saturday, the day of the match itself, began bright and early for me.Waking bright and early, I went for a swim and took the dog for a walk.Geoffrey was up bright and early on Saturday morning, and had everything packed before breakfast.I'll be here bright and early to pick you up.
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