Definition of 'midweek'
Example sentences containing 'midweek'
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BOTH had comfortable midweek European wins. The Sun (2016)He said:'A replay would not be a great idea for us because that would add another big midweek game. The Sun (2017)Sometimes it is an advantage, but in the end, why does a team win the league with all these intense games in midweek? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Consumers are still spending money at weekends and on payday but midweek is tough going. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That is why we want midweek games as well. The Sun (2013)You go to a midweek county cricket game and you will be in the company of three men and a dog. The Sun (2009)After a 1-1 draw in midweek it is precariously balanced. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Wolves have three points from their opening three games after a midweek win at Wigan. The Sun (2009)Reading were unchanged from their midweek trip to Villa. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The priority is to win the next game, a cup game in midweek. The Sun (2014)Pick a three-night weekend getaway or go midweek to bag yourself an extra night for free. The Sun (2016)But Palace had one day more to recover after their midweek game. The Sun (2014)It's enough to make you go midweek at the knees. The Sun (2015)We didn't win in midweek but our performances prior to that were good and results were good. The Sun (2012)A midweek footie match and a visit to the pub all in the name of research? The Sun (2013)Football fans generally find it harder to attend midweek matches, with work commitments and transport issues affecting them. Times, Sunday Times (2012)BIRMINGHAM are aiming to bounce back from their midweek defeat at Cardiff. The Sun (2012)That meant he missed the midweek draw with QPR. The Sun (2016)The midweek trip to Athens is not only massively important in terms of their European ambitions this season. The Sun (2015)The Shakers slumped to a midweek defeat at Morecambe but got their promotion hopes back on track with a comfortable victory. The Sun (2009)A fans' website was besieged with complaints after the midweek home defeat by Wolves. The Sun (2012)We fought like tigers to draw at Yeovil midweek but we were very poor at the back here and could have been six down by half-time. The Sun (2006)
Trends of 'midweek'
Used Rarely. midweek is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'midweek'
British English: midweek ADJECTIVE
Midweek describes something that happens in the middle of the week.
Enjoy the peace and beauty of midweek walks in the park.
Definition of midweek from the Collins English Dictionary
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