(that) Monday morning feeling Definition in British English Dictionary
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(that) Monday morning feeling

(Australian English Mondayitis ) informal
the way people feel after the weekend when they do not want to go to work or school: I've got that Monday morning feeling.
Translations of “(that) Monday morning feeling”
in Chinese (Traditional) 週一綜合症(指週末休假後週一不想上班或上學的情況)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 周一综合征(指周末休假后周一不想上班或上学的情况)…
(Definition of (that) Monday morning feeling from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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