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calendar

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkæləndər/
a table showing all the days, weeks, and months of the year: a desk/wall calendar The date Dec. 31 is circled in red on the calendar
US ( UK diary) a book, with pages for each day, in which you write down what you have to do: I've noted the date in my calendar.
IT a computer program showing planned activities with their dates and times: I can access the calendars of everybody in the department. There's nothing in his calendar for today. To submit events directly to the online calendar, please enter a user name and email address on the form below.
a list of events and dates within a year that are important to an organization or to the people involved in a particular activity: the academic/court/election, etc. calendar With just weeks left in the legislative calendar, there has been no vote yet on this most important issue.
Translations of “calendar”
in Korean 달력, 일기, 다이어리…
in Arabic تَقْويم, مُفَكِّرة…
in French calendrier…
in Turkish takvim…
in Italian calendario, agenda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 日曆, 曆法, 大事記…
in Russian календарь…
in Polish kalendarz…
in Spanish calendario, agenda…
in Portuguese calendário, agenda…
in German der Kalender, der Terminkalender…
in Catalan calendari, agenda…
in Japanese カレンダー, スケジュール帳…
in Chinese (Simplified) 日历, 历法, 大事记…
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