Definition of 'weekly'
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Prepare to be transported to some very dark places on your weekly shop. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That would clear around 1million off the weekly wage bill and make room for new signings. The Sun (2017)Without regulation, tweets about medical visits and the weekly shop might become fair game. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It meant saying goodbye to his weekly badminton group in Southend. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I only go out once a week for the weekly food shop. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is interest from clubs looking for free agents but weekly wage demands of 20,000 may put off his admirers. The Sun (2016)I do the weekly shop because it's deathly quiet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If you would like to receive the free weekly Money email bulletin, visit thesundaytimes. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The cynical stud earns his weekly wage as a ham actor in a colonial theme park. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Almost half are spending less on going out and a third cut back on the weekly shop. The Sun (2013)The group meet weekly to present works in progress and discuss them. The Sun (2009)She also writes a column for a weekly magazine. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The highly regarded weekly published transcripts of radio talks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Remember to multiply all weekly payments by four and divide all quarterly ones by three. Say Goodbye to Debt (1994)Evangelism also takes place at weekly worship. Christianity Today (2000)You could see why the episodes were aired daily rather than weekly. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Going to weekly meetings could be the incentive you need to stay on track. The Sun (2012)An extra tenner in your pocket could go a long way if you are doing the weekly shop. The Sun (2013)Experts say more consumers are spreading their food budget across different stores rather than relying on a weekly shop. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You must then be prepared to confront these foods regularly by including them in your normal daily or weekly food intake. Coping with Bulimia (1987)Our weekly column is online. The Sun (2013)The average national weekly wage is about $120. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You can't have people going about their weekly shop. The Sun (2012)Friday afternoon presentations take place weekly, delivered either by one of the staff or an external trainer. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But a free gift from the film industry's weekly magazine has left some with a bad taste in their mouths. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She has rent arrears so asks me for 200 at a time and this leaves me very little left from my weekly wage. The Sun (2015)If you would like to receive the free weekly Money email bulletin, visit our wesbite Times, Sunday Times (2015)He produced 208 episodes and directed four of the weekly one-hour dramas. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If you would like our new free weekly Money email bulletin, go to our website Times, Sunday Times (2015)It still maintains a commitment to 19th-century liberal ideas and is considered one of the world's top weekly business publications. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'weekly'
British English: weekly ADJECTIVE
A weekly event or publication happens or appears once a week or every week.
Each course comprises 10-12 informal weekly meetings.
British English: weekly NOUN
A weekly is a newspaper or magazine that is published once a week.
Two of the four national daily papers are to become weeklies.
Definition of weekly from the Collins English Dictionary
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