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weekday  (ˈwiːkˌdeɪ



  1. any day of the week other than Sunday and, often, Saturday

Translations for 'weekday'

  • British English: weekday A weekday is any day of the week except Saturday and Sunday.ˈwiːkˌdeɪ NOUN
  • Arabic: يَوْمٌ في الُأسْبُوع
  • Brazilian Portuguese: dia da semana
  • Chinese: 周日
  • Croatian: dan u tjednu
  • Czech: všední den
  • Danish: ugedag
  • Dutch: weekdag
  • European Spanish: día laborable
  • Finnish: arkipäivä
  • French: jour de semaine
  • German: Wochentag
  • Greek: εργάσιμη ημέρα
  • Italian: giorno feriale
  • Japanese: 平日
  • Korean: 평일
  • Norwegian: ukedag
  • Polish: dzień powszedni
  • Portuguese: dia da semana
  • Romanian: zi lucrătoare zile lucrătoare
  • Russian: рабочий день
  • Spanish: día laborable
  • Swedish: veckodag
  • Thai: วันธรรมดาตั้งแต่วันจันทร์ถึงวันศุกร์
  • Turkish: hafta içi
  • Ukrainian: будень
  • Vietnamese: ngày trong tuần

Example Sentences Including 'weekday'

The dining room, on the other hand, was generally about half full on a weekday evening.
NULL Dare Call It Treason
Alma sat at the front of a Number 11 bus which butted its way through the weekday traffic.
Gee, Maggie Lost Children
`Why are you scooting round the village on a weekday morning?
Christina Jones TICKLED PINK (2002)


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