Definition of 'calendar'
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IT'S that time of year when your social calendar is bulging. The Sun (2016)My favourite charity calendar for 2017 features a dozen dogs from businesses in Falmouth. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The couple became leading lights in the social calendar, regularly hosting formal parties at their million-pound property. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That's the difference between this calendar and ones from days gone by, which are normally very much aimed at male gratification. The Sun (2016)The problem for the organisers is that sports already have their own crowded calendars and continental championships. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The sporting calendar is not just about sport. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The most unpredictable moment of the football calendar is almost upon us. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It was a crazy idea and pure common sense to restore the calendar year system. The Sun (2016)We have sold close to one million calendars. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The annual agricultural show was still the highlight of the social calendar. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)We have to look on the international calendar. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Why did they need a command about calendars and holy days? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Do we need any of that in a busy world with crowded court calendars? Exploring language (6th edn) (1995)The term refers to when two full moons occur in one calendar month. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Three weeks off is a long time these days in the international calendar. The Sun (2006)Look anywhere along the sporting calendar and you find an activity that is pleasing to do for its own sake. Times, Sunday Times (2011)No need to shell out for a pricey 2013 wall calendar. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Oh to be so powerful that you can transform world football 's calendar so blithely. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I am clearing my social calendar until after the referendum. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The cost of the calendar? Times, Sunday Times (2006)These included its camera and microphone, location chips, contact lists and calendars. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is cosy, with all mod cons, and on the wall is a calendar depicting a mosque. The Sun (2011)Council, has always insisted that he has been speaking for all strands of membership about matters such as prize money, ranking systems and calendar issues. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'calendar'
British English: calendar /ˈkælɪndə/ NOUN
A calendar is a chart or device which displays the date and the day of the week, and often the whole of a particular year.
There was a calendar on the wall.
- American English: calendar
- Arabic: تَقْوِيـم
- Brazilian Portuguese: calendário
- Chinese: 日历
- Croatian: kalendar
- Czech: kalendář
- Danish: kalender
- Dutch: kalender
- European Spanish: calendario año
- Finnish: kalenteri
- French: calendrier
- German: Kalender
- Greek: ημερολόγιο
- Italian: calendario
- Japanese: カレンダー
- Korean: 달력
- Norwegian: kalender
- Polish: kalendarz
- European Portuguese: calendário
- Romanian: calendar
- Russian: календарь
- Spanish: calendario almanaque
- Swedish: kalender
- Thai: ปฏิทิน
- Turkish: takvim
- Ukrainian: календар
- Vietnamese: lịch
Definition of calendar from the Collins English Dictionary
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