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American English: /ˈməndeɪ/
, /ˈməndi/
British English: /ˈmʌndeɪ/
, /ˈmʌndi/

Translation of Monday in Spanish:


  • it's Monday today, today's Monday
    (hoy) es lunes
    he went on Monday
    se fue el lunes
    I saw him last Monday
    lo vi el lunes pasado
    we'll start on Monday
    empezaremos el lunes
    I'll do it next Monday
    lo haré el próximo lunes or el lunes que viene
    I get up early (on) Mondays o (British English) on a Monday
    los lunes me levanto temprano
    I got the reply on a/the Monday (British English)
    la respuesta me llegó un/el lunes
    she will be away that Monday
    ese lunes estará fuera
    every Monday
    todos los lunes
    every second Monday
    cada dos lunes
    un lunes sí y otro no
    lunes por medio (Southern Cone) (Peru)
    we meet on the third Monday of the month
    nos reunimos el tercer lunes de cada mes
    the Monday after next
    el lunes que viene no, el siguiente or el otro
    the Monday before last
    el lunes pasado no, el anterior
    Monday, July 3
    lunes 3 de julio
    Monday's paper
    el periódico del lunes
    (before noun) Monday afternoon/morning
    el lunes por la tarde/mañana
    la tarde/mañana del lunes
    I've got that Monday morning feeling
    estoy como todos los lunes por la mañana, sin ganas de trabajar
    Example sentences
    • I started the work at half ten on Sunday night and finished at one on Monday morning.
    • When they took the register on Monday morning, there were a number of notable absences.
    • The next day she learned she would be suspended the following Monday, for one day.

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