“Tomorrow and the day after”

I know there’s a fixed phrase the day after tomorrow. But is it possible to omit the second tomorrow in the following sentence?

We won’t be meeting tomorrow and the day after [tomorrow].


You can omit the second tomorrow, but you’ve got the wrong conjunction in your sentence. It should read:

We won’t be meeting tomorrow or the day after.

By using tomorrow previously in the sentence, you’ve already implied it as the word after after. So that should be just fine.

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