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Meaning of “Friday” in the English Dictionary

"Friday" in British English

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Fridaynoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈfraɪ.deɪ/ (written abbreviation Fri.)
A1 the ​day of the ​week after ​Thursday and before ​Saturday: Shall we go to the ​theatre on Friday? I ​leavework early on Fridays. We're going to Paris for the ​weekend next Friday. I haven't ​spoken to him since last Friday. Our next ​meeting is on the 5th, which is a Friday. Friday morning/​afternoon/​evening/​night

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  • I'm off to Canada on Friday.
  • He's ​arriving on Friday.
(Definition of Friday from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"Friday" in American English

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Fridaynoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈfrɑɪ·deɪ, -di/ (abbreviation Fri.)
the ​day of the ​week after ​Thursday and before ​Saturday
(Definition of Friday from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “Friday”
in Korean 금요일…
in Arabic يَوْم الجُمْعة…
in Malaysian jumaat…
in French vendredi…
in Russian пятница…
in Chinese (Traditional) 星期五…
in Italian venerdì…
in Turkish cuma günü…
in Polish piątek…
in Spanish viernes…
in Vietnamese thứ Sáu…
in Portuguese sexta-feira…
in Thai วันศุกร์…
in German der Freitag…
in Catalan divendres…
in Japanese 金曜日…
in Chinese (Simplified) 星期五…
in Indonesian Jumat…
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