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Sundaynoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈsʌn·deɪ, -di/ (abbreviation Sun.)
the ​day of the ​week after ​Saturday and before ​Monday
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Sundaynoun [C]

uk   /ˈsʌn.deɪ/  us   /ˈsʌn.deɪ/ (written abbreviation Sun.)
A1 the ​day of the ​week after ​Saturday and before ​Monday, when most ​people in ​Westerncountries do not go to ​work: We're going to ​visit my ​aunt and ​uncle on Sunday. They go to ​church on Sundays. The ​choir is giving a ​concert next Sunday. I haven't done any ​exercise since last Sunday. New Year's Day this ​year is a Sunday. Sunday morning/​afternoon/​evening/​night a ​traditional British Sunday lunch of ​roastbeef and ​vegetables

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Translations of “Sunday”
in Korean 일요일…
in Arabic يَوْم الأحَد…
in Malaysian Ahad…
in French dimanche…
in Russian воскресенье…
in Chinese (Traditional) 周日,星期日,星期天…
in Italian domenica…
in Turkish pazar, pazar günü…
in Polish niedziela…
in Spanish domingo…
in Vietnamese ngày chủ nhật…
in Portuguese domingo…
in Thai วันอาทิตย์…
in German der Sonntag…
in Catalan diumenge…
in Japanese 日曜日…
in Chinese (Simplified) 周日,星期日,星期天…
in Indonesian Minggu…
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