Definition of 'Wednesday'
Example sentences containing 'Wednesday'
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Stella and Holly had gone home on Wednesday evening but Tara had taken time off work to stay in Kinvarra. JUST BETWEEN US (2002)No, that was Gina's birthday, Wednesday then, he had the next day off. THE KINDEST USE A KNIFE (2002)To my intense satisfaction, he followed the same routine he'd used on the previous Wednesday. DEAD BEAT (2002)
Trends of 'Wednesday'
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Translations for 'Wednesday'
British English: Wednesday /ˈwɛnzdɪ/ NOUN
Wednesday is the day after Tuesday and before Thursday.
Come and have supper with us on Wednesday, if you're free.
- American English: Wednesday
- Arabic: الَأرْبِعَاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: quarta-feira
- Chinese: 星期三
- Croatian: srijeda
- Czech: středa
- Danish: onsdag
- Dutch: woensdag
- European Spanish: miércoles
- Finnish: keskiviikko
- French: mercredi
- German: Mittwoch
- Greek: Τετάρτη
- Italian: mercoledì
- Japanese: 水曜日
- Korean: 수요일
- Norwegian: onsdag
- Polish: środa
- European Portuguese: quarta-feira
- Romanian: miercuri
- Russian: среда
- Spanish: miércoles
- Swedish: onsdag
- Thai: วันพุธ
- Turkish: Çarşamba
- Ukrainian: середа
- Vietnamese: thứ Tư trong tuần
Definition of Wednesday from the Collins English Dictionary
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