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week pronunciación
noun
1 a sequence of seven consecutive days, usually beginning on Sunday.
2 any period of seven consecutive days.
3 (also working week) the working days of the week, as distinct from the weekend.
4 the period worked per week works a 45-hour week .
5 (weeks) an indefinitely long period of time I haven't seen you for weeks!
adverb by a period of seven days before or after a specified day We leave Tuesday week .
[Anglo-Saxon wice ]
a week last Friday or Saturday, etc the Friday or Saturday, etc before the last one.
a week on or next Friday or Saturday, etc the Friday or Saturday, etc after the next one.
a week, two weeks, etc today one week, two weeks, etc from today.
a week tomorrow or tomorrow week one week after the following day.
week in, week out endlessly; relentlessly.


weekday
noun any day except Sunday, or except Saturday and Sunday.


weekend
noun the period from Friday evening to Sunday night. See also long weekend.


weekender
noun
1 someone who goes away from home at weekends.
2 Aust colloq a cottage used at weekends.
3 chiefly US a small boat used for leisure at weekends.


weekly pronunciación
adjective occurring, produced or issued every week, or once a week.
adverb
1 every week.
2 once a week.
noun (weeklies ) a magazine or newspaper published once a week.


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