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week British & World English

A period of seven days

the other day British & World English

A few days (or nights, weeks, etc.) ago

Holy Week British & World English

The week before Easter, starting on Palm Sunday

Low Week British & World English

The week that begins with Low Sunday

week-long British & World English

Lasting for a week

today week British & World English

A week from today

Passion Week British & World English

The week between Passion Sunday and Palm Sunday

tomorrow week British & World English

A week from tomorrow

schoolies week British & World English

(In Australia) a week of celebrations to mark the end of the final year of senior school

a week on —— British & World English

Seven days after the specified day or date

ten-week stock British & World English

A stock of a fast-maturing variety which can be made to bloom ten weeks after sowing, widely grown as a bedding plant

week in, week out British & World English

Every week without exception

a week on —— in week British & World English

Seven days after the specified day or date

midweek British & World English

The middle of the week, usually regarded as being from Tuesday to Thursday

weekend British & World English

Saturday and Sunday, especially regarded as a time for leisure

what do you think this is—bush week? British & World English

A response to a request, implying that one is being unfairly imposed upon or taken for a fool

schoolies week in schoolie British & World English

(In Australia) a week of celebrations to mark the end of the final year of senior school

workweek British & World English

The total number of hours or days worked in a week

week in, week out in week British & World English

Every week without exception

the other day in other British & World English

A few days (or nights, weeks, etc.) ago

weeknight British & World English

A night of the week other than Saturday or Sunday

Passion Week in Passion Sunday New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

fifth Sunday in Lent, beginning Passion Week

what do you think this is—bush week? in bush1 British & World English

A response to a request, implying that one is being unfairly imposed upon or taken for a fool


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