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Sunday

Pronunciation: /ˈsʌndeɪ; -di/

Translation of Sunday in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (day) domingo (masculine); (before noun/delante del nombre) [mass] dominical in one's Sunday best vestido de domingo, endomingado Sunday opening apertura (feminine) de las tiendas los domingos Sunday supplement suplemento (masculine) dominical or del domingo Sunday trading comercio (masculine) en domingo Sunday trading laws leyes (feminine plural) reguladoras del comercio en domingo see also Monday
    Example sentences
    • On Sunday night there had been a long group discussion about what makes a great trainer.
    • Mr Haigh said a couple had knocked on his door on Sunday evening asking him if he had lost a camera.
    • On Sunday, the second in the series of car boot sales at Gigg Lane was a resounding success.
    1.2 (newspaper) (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar], dominical (masculine), diario (masculine) or periódico (masculine) dominical or de los domingos
    Example sentences
    • An avid reader he keeps up with current affairs by always reading the daily newspaper, the Sundays and, of course, the local papers.
    • With all the previous week's news digested, the Sundays have to offer something new to entice readers to the read the glossy adverts.
    • Both Rangers and Celtic give Friday press conferences at which different players are put up for the daily papers and the Sundays.

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