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Translation of "Sunday" - English-Spanish dictionary

Sunday

noun /ˈsandi/
the first day of the week, the day following Saturday, kept for rest and worship among Christians. domingo
Sunday best noun
the smart garments that a person wears for special occasions ropa de los domingos, las mejores galas de uno He’s wearing his Sunday best.
Sunday school noun
a school attended by children on Sundays for religious instruction. escuela dominical, catequesis
a month of Sundays noun
a very long time en mucho tiempo, más largo que un día sin pan, una eternidad It’ll take us a month of Sundays to wash all these dishes.
Translations of “Sunday”
in Arabic يَوْم الأحَد…
in Korean 일요일…
in Malaysian Ahad…
in French dimanche…
in Turkish pazar, pazar günü…
in Italian domenica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 周日,星期日,星期天…
in Russian воскресенье…
in Polish niedziela…
in Vietnamese ngày chủ nhật…
in Portuguese domingo…
in Thai วันอาทิตย์…
in German der Sonntag…
in Catalan diumenge…
in Japanese 日曜日…
in Indonesian Minggu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 周日,星期日,星期天…
(Definition of Sunday from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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