Definition of 'weekday'
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In some areas up to three quarters of surgeries shut on weekday afternoons. Times, Sunday Times (2017)This might win us a further 45 minutes of dozing, but after that he really is up and we lock into our weekday morning routine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sources said that his weekday show may now be taken off air unless the investigation is dropped. The Sun (2015)Women are targeted more than men by criminals who most commonly strike on weekday afternoons. Times, Sunday Times (2014)My first attempts began on a wet weekday morning. THE DOG LISTENER: Learning the Language of your Best Friend (2002)Experts recommend the difference between getting up on weekdays and weekends should be no more than two hours. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This will mean you only buy what you actually need and will also save you time on busy weekday mornings. The Sun (2013)These cards can be used after 10am on weekdays and throughout weekends and public holidays. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Prisoners were unlocked at 6.30 each weekday morning. The Prisons We Deserve (1994)One thing is for sure - his choice over the next ten weekday afternoons will not be dull. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I arrived on a weekday afternoon and the galleries were almost empty. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was a weekday afternoon. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In four of its main car parks the first two hours are free on weekdays, and weekends are free all day. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Now, on weekday mornings, it can be told. Times, Sunday Times (2010)For me, for the foreseeable, there are no weekends or weekdays. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is a weekday afternoon, but the pub near the Oval cricket ground is packed. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It gets crowded at weekends, but on weekday mornings, you can bathe in splendid isolation. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Indeed, the only shop buzzing on a recent weekday morning was Oxfam. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If they wanted to highlight their cause, why aren't the strikes proposed for weekends and not weekdays? The Sun (2016)The average person slips back under the covers for 19 minutes on weekday mornings and 90 minutes at weekends. The Sun (2010)The studio is open on weekdays, too, when anyone with a can can have a go for free. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Now it seems to be a numbers game - they collect mistresses like new cars, and polish them on weekday afternoons. The Sun (2010)Deaths from these causes are also more often reported during weekdays than on weekends, when in general, more injury deaths occur. An Introduction to Community Health (1995)It is, after all, the camaraderie of colleagues you miss most as you broach the uncharted loneliness of a weekday afternoon. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A wet weekday afternoon at a Currys store in a scruffy corner of north London. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A month ago, with no warning or explanation, the weekday shows simply disappeared from the schedules. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'weekday'
British English: weekday /ˈwiːkˌdeɪ/ NOUN
A weekday is any day of the week except Saturday and Sunday.
- American English: weekday
- 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
- European Portuguese: dia da semana
- Romanian: zi lucrătoare
- Russian: рабочий день
- Spanish: día laborable
- Swedish: veckodag
- Thai: วันธรรมดาตั้งแต่วันจันทร์ถึงวันศุกร์
- Turkish: hafta içi
- Ukrainian: будень
- Vietnamese: ngày trong tuần
Definition of weekday from the Collins English Dictionary
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