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Translation of "week" - English-Spanish dictionary

week

noun   /wiːk/
A1 a period of seven days semana last week I’ve got three exams this week.
A1 the five days from Monday to Friday when people usually go to work or school semana laboral I don’t go out much during the week.
(Definition of week from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

week

noun /wiːk/
any sequence of seven days, especially from Sunday to Saturday semana It’s three weeks since I saw her.
the five days from Monday to Friday inclusive semana He can’t go during the week, but he’s free on Saturday or Sunday.
the amount of time spent working during a period of seven days semana He works a forty-eight-hour week.
weekly adjective
happening, published etc once a week semanal a weekly magazine.
weekday noun
any day except a Saturday or Sunday día laborable Our office is open only on weekdays (also adjective) weekday flights.
weekend noun
the period from the end of one working week until the beginning of the next (ie Saturday and Sunday, or Friday evening to Sunday evening) fin de semana We spent a weekend in Paris (also adjective) a weekend trip.
a week last Friday etc
the Friday etc before last hace una semana She died a week last Tuesday.
a week today/tomorrow ( a week (on/next) Friday etc)
a week from today, tomorrow, Friday etc dentro de una semana, en una semana I’m going away a week tomorrow Could we meet a week (on/next) Monday ?
(Definition of week from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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