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calendar

noun /ˈkӕləndə/
a table showing the months and days of the year
calendario
Look at the calendar and tell me which day of the week November 22nd is.
a list of important dates or events
calendario, agenda
The football team’s calendar is complete now.
calendar ends in -ar (not -er).
Translations of “calendar”
in Korean 달력, 일기, 다이어리…
in Arabic تَقْويم, مُفَكِّرة…
in French calendrier…
in Italian calendario, agenda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 日曆, 曆法, 大事記…
in Russian календарь…
in Turkish takvim…
in Polish kalendarz…
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…
(Definition of calendar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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