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month US English

Each of the twelve named periods into which a year is divided

month New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

abbreviated Jan., Feb., Mar., Apr., Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec.; May, June, and July in full; style days of the month e.g. 25 January (US January 25)

lunar month US English

A month measured between successive new moons (roughly 2912 days)

month-long US English

Of a month’s duration

synodic month US English

Another term for lunar month.

sidereal month US English

The time it takes the moon to orbit once around the earth with respect to the stars (approximately 2714 days)

anomalistic month US English

A month measured between successive perigees of the moon (approximately 2712 days)

a month of Sundays US English

A very long, seemingly endless period of time

time of the month US English

The time during which a woman or girl has her period; an occurrence of menstruation

flavor of the month US English

A person or thing that enjoys a short period of great popularity

twelvemonth US English

A year

time of the month in time US English

The time during which a woman or girl has her period; an occurrence of menstruation

flavor of the month in flavor US English

A person or thing that enjoys a short period of great popularity

a month of Sundays in month US English

A very long, seemingly endless period of time

flavor of the month in flavor US Thesaurus

sure, it's great to be flavor of the month, but where will you be a year from now?


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