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month British & World 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)

calendar month in month British & World English

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

lunar month British & World English

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

month-long British & World English

Lasting for a month

synodic month British & World English

Another term for lunar month.

sidereal month British & World English

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

anomalistic month British & World English

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

a month of Sundays British & World English

A very long period of time

time of the month British & World English

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

flavour of the month British & World English

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

time of the month in time British & World English

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

flavour of the month in flavour British & World English

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

a month of Sundays in month British & World English

A very long period of time

flavour of the month in flavour English Thesaurus

he's flavour of the month in Tinseltown


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