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dirty weekendnoun [C usually singular]

uk   /ˌdɜː.ti wiːkˈend/  us   /ˌdɝː.t̬i ˈwiːk.end/ mainly UK
a weekend when two people go away together to have sex, especially secretly, because they are not married to each other
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Translations of “dirty weekend”
in Chinese (Simplified) (非婚男女的)周末情,周末野鸳鸯会…
in Chinese (Traditional) (非婚男女的)週末情,週末野鴛鴦會…
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