Spanish translation of 'Friday'
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Example Sentences Including 'Friday'
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She then set off for the metropolis of Friday Harbor, to buy some jeans.FOLLY (2001)
All I know is that these days, the best place to find you Friday nights is talking to a copper.KICK BACK (2002)
It was a Friday, all the eastern suburbs ladies were there.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
On Friday morning he presented his weekly report on Roote to Pascoe.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'Friday' in Other Languages
British English: Friday /ˈfraɪdɪ/ NOUN
Friday is the day after Thursday and before Saturday.
He is intending to go home on Friday.
- American English: Friday
- Arabic: الـجُمْعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: sexta-feira
- Chinese: 星期五
- Croatian: petak
- Czech: pátek
- Danish: fredag
- Dutch: vrijdag
- European Spanish: viernes
- Finnish: perjantai
- French: vendredi
- German: Freitag
- Greek: Παρασκευή
- Italian: venerdì
- Japanese: 金曜日
- Korean: 금요일
- Norwegian: fredag
- Polish: piątek
- European Portuguese: sexta-feira
- Romanian: vineri
- Russian: пятница
- Spanish: viernes
- Swedish: fredag
- Thai: วันศุกร์
- Turkish: Cuma
- Ukrainian: п'ятниця
- Vietnamese: thứ Sáu trong tuần
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