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calendar

noun
 
 
/ˈkæləndər/
A2 [C] something that shows all the days, weeks, and months of the yearSchedules and agendasLists and cataloguesKinds of books
the Christian/Jewish/Western, etc calendar the system used to measure and arrange the days, weeks, months and special events of the year according to Christian/Jewish/Western, etc traditionSchedules and agendasLists and catalogues
the political/school/sporting, etc calendar the events that are arranged during the year for a particular activity or organizationSchedules and agendasLists and catalogues
Translations of “calendar”
in Korean 달력, 일기, 다이어리…
in Arabic تَقْويم, مُفَكِّرة…
in French calendrier…
in Turkish takvim…
in Italian calendario, agenda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 日曆, 曆法, 大事記…
in Russian календарь…
in Polish kalendarz…
in Spanish calendario, agenda…
in Portuguese calendário, agenda…
in German der Kalender, der Terminkalender…
in Catalan calendari, agenda…
in Japanese カレンダー, スケジュール帳…
in Chinese (Simplified) 日历, 历法, 大事记…
(Definition of calendar from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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