Definition von week
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It looked like it had happened weeks ago. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The ease and the elegance came after weeks and weeks of rehearsals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We took out one suicide vehicle last week in which the driver was handcuffed to it inside. The Sun (2016)We worked really hard this week in preparing for this game. The Sun (2016)What a difference a couple of working weeks have made. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You will probably have to use it for at least two to three weeks. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This will happen a lot over the next few weeks. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Measures that could be announced next week include a reduction in air passenger duty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)All told, there and back will take the best part of a week. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Some owners have more than one share, and people can swap weeks in the properties if they wish. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Things were good until a few weeks ago. The Sun (2007)They are also feeling a bit more positive about life after a few weeks of better trading. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It was the hardest three weeks of our lives but we somehow got through. The Sun (2013)He had been on the agenda all week with people wondering how he was going to behave. The Sun (2013)Week one went by and was smooth sailing. Christianity Today (2000)But what works one week is not guaranteed to work again. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In two beauty salons visited this week it is nurses who do the injections. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We must have been home with them three weeks when the health visitor came round. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The nation is to decide an extremely small matter next week. Times, Sunday Times (2006)One was found dead a week ago with part of its jaw missing. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Her bingeing and vomiting may occur only twice a week or twenty times in a day. Beyond Chaotic Eating (1993)New coalition policies published this week did not include plans for managing prisoner numbers. The Sun (2010)He was a plumber who gave up three nights a week and weekends to coach us. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Some complained that if it was going to happen it should have happened weeks ago. Times, Sunday Times (2014) After a week it turned out the alcoholic food was going down more quickly. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It took many weeks of hard work to take things on from here. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)Good courses lasting from one day to one week are available. Beat Stress (1992)He also sported a flicked back haircut like dad, who wore similar specs last week. The Sun (2012)Both lasted two weeks, each attempt. The Sun (2013)We are now feeding more than 210 people a week. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You're unlikely to be able to drive or work before six weeks. The Sun (2010)Our online dollar sales this week are up 150 per cent on the same period the week before. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Übersetzungen für week
Britisches Englisch: week /wiːk/ NOUN
A week is a period of seven days, which is often considered to start on Monday and end on Sunday.
I had a letter from my mother last week.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: week
- Arabisch: أُسْبُوع
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: semana
- Chinesisch: 星期
- Kroatisch: tjedan
- Tschechisch: týden
- Dänisch: uge
- Niederländisch: week 7 dagen
- Europäisches Spanisch: semana
- Finnisch: viikko
- Französisch: semaine
- Deutsch: Woche
- Griechisch: εβδομάδα
- Italienisch: settimana
- Japanisch: 週
- Koreanisch: 주
- Norwegisch: uke
- Polnisch: tydzień
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: semana
- Rumänisch: săptămână
- Russisch: неделя
- Spanisch: semana
- Schwedisch: vecka
- Thai: หนึ่งสัปดาห์
- Türkisch: hafta
- Ukrainisch: тиждень
- Vietnamesisch: tuần thời gian
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