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Weekday vs. Weekend

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Weekdaynoun

A day of the week except those which form the weekend; that is:

Weekendnoun

The break in the working week, usually two days including the traditional holy or sabbath day. Thus in western countries, Saturday and Sunday.

Weekdaynoun

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, but not Saturday or Sunday.

Weekendverb

To spend the weekend.

‘We'll weekend at the beach.’;

Weekdaynoun

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday, but not Sunday. (e.g. in Vietnam)

Weekendadjective

Of, relating to or for the weekend.

‘I'm wearing my weekend shoes.’;

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Weekdaynoun

(Judaism) Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, but not Saturday.

Weekendadjective

Occurring at the weekend.

‘a weekend break’;

Weekdaynoun

(Persian) Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, but not Friday.

Weekendnoun

a time period usually extending from Friday night through Sunday; more loosely defined as any period of successive days including one and only one Sunday

Weekdaynoun

any day except Sunday (and sometimes except Saturday)

Weekendverb

spend the weekend

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Weekdayadjective

occurring every day of the week except Sunday (and sometimes Saturday);

‘his weekday commute’; ‘a weekday newspaper’;

Weekendnoun

Saturday and Sunday, especially regarded as a time for leisure

‘a weekend break’; ‘nobody wants to work on the weekend’; ‘she spent the weekend camping’; ‘I went to see the film at the weekend’;

Weekdaynoun

a day of the week other than Sunday or Saturday

‘the weekday rush hour’;

Weekendverb

spend a weekend somewhere

‘he was weekending in the country’;

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