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Definition of 'Sunday'

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Synonyms of "Sunday"
Synonyms of "Sunday"
French Translation of "Sunday"
French Translation of "Sunday"
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Example sentences containing 'Sunday'

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Sunday, 16th July 1944, Wilshere's house, Estoril, near Lisbon. Robert Wilson THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)He doesn't get up to listen to the Archers omnibus on Sunday mornings,' Moira replied, a gentle tease in her voice. Val McDermid DEAD BEAT (2002)Now, if I recall aright, his chosen place of worship on a Sunday morning is The Dog and Duck. Anthony Masters CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)He was thinking one show on Sunday afternoon, the last day of the air show. James W. Huston THE SHADOWS OF POWER (2002)

Synonyms of 'Sunday'

the Sabbath, the Lord's day

Trends of 'Sunday'

Very Common. Sunday is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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Translations for 'Sunday'

British English: Sunday /ˈsʌndɪ/ NOUN
Sunday is the day after Saturday and before Monday.
We went for a drive on Sunday.
  • American English: Sunday
  • Arabic: الأَحَد
  • Brazilian Portuguese: domingo
  • Chinese: 星期日
  • Croatian: nedjelja
  • Czech: neděle
  • Danish: søndag
  • Dutch: zondag
  • European Spanish: domingo
  • Finnish: sunnuntai
  • French: dimanche
  • German: Sonntag
  • Greek: Κυριακή
  • Italian: domenica
  • Japanese: 日曜日
  • Korean: 일요일
  • Norwegian: søndag
  • Polish: niedziela
  • European Portuguese: domingo
  • Romanian: duminică
  • Russian: воскресенье
  • Spanish: domingo
  • Swedish: söndag
  • Thai: วันอาทิตย์
  • Turkish: Pazar
  • Ukrainian: неділя
  • Vietnamese: Chủ nhật

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