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Translation of "Tuesday" - English-Spanish dictionary

Tuesday

noun   /ˈtjuːz·deɪ/
A1 the day of the week after Monday and before Wednesday martes
(Definition of Tuesday from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Tuesday

noun /ˈtjuːzdi/
the third day of the week, the day following Monday martes He came on Tuesday ( also adjective) Tuesday evening.
(Definition of Tuesday from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “Tuesday”
in Korean 화요일…
in Arabic يَوْم الثُلاثاء…
in Malaysian Selasa…
in French (de) mardi…
in Russian вторник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 星期二…
in Italian martedì…
in Turkish salı, salı günü…
in Polish wtorek…
in Vietnamese thứ Ba…
in Portuguese terça-feira…
in Thai วันอังคาร…
in German der Dienstag, Dienstag-……
in Catalan dimarts…
in Japanese 火曜日…
in Chinese (Simplified) 星期二…
in Indonesian Selasa…
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