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Translation of "fortnight" - English-Turkish dictionary

fortnight

noun [C]   /ˈfɔːtnaɪt/ UK
B1 two weeks onbeş günlük zaman/mühlet [usually singular] a fortnight's holiday We usually get together about once a fortnight.Specific periods of time
fortnightly adverb UK
happening every two weeks iki haftada bir olan; onbeş günlük a fortnightly meetingRelating to regular periods of time
Translations of “fortnight”
in Arabic أُسبوعان…
in Korean 2주…
in Malaysian dua minggu…
in French quinzaine…
in Italian quindici giorni, quindicina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兩星期,兩周…
in Russian две недели…
in Polish dwa tygodnie…
in Vietnamese hai tuần…
in Spanish quincena…
in Portuguese quinzenad, quinze dias…
in Thai รายปักษ์…
in German vierzehn Tage…
in Catalan dues setmanes…
in Japanese 2週間…
in Indonesian dua pekan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 两星期,两周…
(Definition of fortnight from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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