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Tuesday

noun [C] uk   /ˈtjuːz.deɪ/  us   /ˈtuːz-/ (written abbreviation Tue., Tues.)
A1 the day of the week after Monday and before Wednesday: We'll meet at eight on Tuesday. We always meet on Tuesdays. The work has to be finished by next Tuesday. Where were you last Tuesday? The 29th is a Tuesday, isn't it? Tuesday morning/afternoon/evening/night
Translations of “Tuesday”
in Arabic يَوْم الثُلاثاء…
in Korean 화요일…
in Malaysian Selasa…
in French (de) mardi…
in Turkish salı, salı günü…
in Italian martedì…
in Chinese (Traditional) 星期二…
in Russian вторник…
in Polish wtorek…
in Vietnamese thứ Ba…
in Spanish martes…
in Portuguese terça-feira…
in Thai วันอังคาร…
in German der Dienstag, Dienstag-……
in Catalan dimarts…
in Japanese 火曜日…
in Indonesian Selasa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 星期二…
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