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Translation of "week" - English-Polish dictionary

week

noun
 
 
/wiːk/
A1 [C] a period of seven days
tydzień
last week/next week I've got three exams this week. We get paid every week.Specific periods of timeDays, and parts of the week
the week A1 the five days from Monday to Friday when people usually go to work or school
tydzień (roboczy), dni powszednie
I don't go out much during the week.Specific periods of timeDays, and parts of the weekWorking hours and periods of workWork, working and the workplace
(Definition of week from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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