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Saturdaynoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈsæt̬·ər·deɪ, -ˌdi/ (abbreviation Sat.)
the day of the week after Friday and before Sunday: [U] Do you want to go out Saturday night? [C] Saturdays are the only days I get to sleep late.
(Definition of Saturday from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







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Saturdaynoun [C]

uk   /ˈsæt.ə.deɪ/  us   /ˈsæt̬.ɚ.deɪ/ (written abbreviation Sat.)
A1 the day of the week after Friday and before Sunday: He's leaving on Saturday. Most football matches are played on Saturdays. The party is next Saturday. We went out for a meal last Saturday. Joel was born on a Saturday. Saturday morning/afternoon/evening/night

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  • We did very little on Saturday.
  • I'm seeing Helen on Saturday.
  • We met up last Saturday.
  • Saturday is my favourite day of the week.
  • I've worked the last three Saturdays.
(Definition of Saturday from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “Saturday”
in Korean 토요일…
in Arabic يَوم السَّبْت…
in Malaysian Sabtu…
in French samedi…
in Russian суббота…
in Chinese (Traditional) 星期六,週六…
in Italian sabato…
in Turkish cumartesi, cumartesi günü…
in Polish sobota…
in Spanish sábado…
in Vietnamese ngày thứ bẩy…
in Portuguese sábado…
in Thai วันเสาร์…
in German der Samstag, Samstag-……
in Catalan dissabte…
in Japanese 土曜日…
in Chinese (Simplified) 星期六,周六…
in Indonesian Sabtu…
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