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Translation of "fortnight" - English-Spanish dictionary

fortnight

noun   /ˈfɔːt·naɪt/ UK
B1 two weeks dos semanas a fortnight’s holiday
(Definition of fortnight from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fortnight

noun /ˈfoːtnait/
two weeks quincena It’s a fortnight since I last saw her.
fortnightly adjective, adverb
every fortnight quincenal, cada quince días a fortnightly visit He is paid fortnightly.
(Definition of fortnight from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “fortnight”
in Korean 2주…
in Arabic أُسبوعان…
in Malaysian dua minggu…
in French quinzaine…
in Russian две недели…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兩星期,兩周…
in Italian quindici giorni, quindicina…
in Turkish onbeş günlük zaman/mühlet…
in Polish dwa tygodnie…
in Vietnamese hai tuần…
in Portuguese quinzenad, quinze dias…
in Thai รายปักษ์…
in German vierzehn Tage…
in Catalan dues setmanes…
in Japanese 2週間…
in Chinese (Simplified) 两星期,两周…
in Indonesian dua pekan…
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