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almanac

noun [C]  us   /ˈɔl·məˌnæk, ˈæl-/
a book published every year that contains facts and information, esp. tables showing the days, weeks, and months, important holidays, and times when the sun and moon rise, or a book containing facts and information about a particular subject: a baseball almanac
Translations of “almanac”
in Vietnamese niên lịch…
in Spanish almanaque…
in Thai ปฏิทินโหราศาสตร์…
in Malaysian almanak…
in French almanach…
in German der Almanach…
in Chinese (Traditional) 年曆,曆書…
in Indonesian almanak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 年历,历书…
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