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friday
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friday /'fraidi/
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Concise Dictionary
Fridays'fraɪdɪ
noun
+the sixth day of the week; the fifth working day
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[C, U] (abbreviation Fri.) the day of the week after Thursday and before Saturday
Help Note: To see how Friday is used, look at the examples at Monday.
ORIGIN Originally translated from the Latin for 'day of the planet Venus' Veneris dies and named after the Germanic goddess Frigga.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

More information about DAYS

DAYS:

of the week last, next, that, this (coming) ~ ~ last/next (week)
The concert is this coming Wednesday. Are you free next Thursday? She's arriving on Friday next.

the ~ before, the previous ~
I'd been paid the previous Friday.

the following ~
She was due to start work the following Monday.

~ of last/next/that/this week
He arrived on Monday of last week.

the ~ before last
We came here the Tuesday before last.

~ week, a week on ~
I've bought tickets for Thursday week (= for the performance that is seven days after Thursday).

the first/second/third/last ~ in/of the month
The museum is free on the last Sunday of every month.

alternate ~s, each, every ~
The competition is fixed for alternate Wednesdays.

all day ~
The restaurant is closed all day Saturday.

~ afternoon, evening, morning, night, etc.
I'll see you on Friday evening. Saturday lunchtimes are very busy in the restaurant.

first thing (on) ~
I'll post it first thing on Monday morning.

late (on) ~
The crash occurred late on Tuesday night.

one ~ (written)
One Saturday morning, without telling anyone of my plan, I boarded a bus and headed out.

spend ~
She liked to spend Saturday afternoon shopping.

see sb ~ (informal)
So I'll see you Monday, then?

manage ~ (informal)
I could manage (= meet you on) Tuesday, say 11.30?

open/closed (on) ~
We're open every day except Sunday.

~ arrive, come, dawn (written)
Monday dawned still and misty, with a promise of autumn sunshine.

on (a) ~
A public meeting is to be held on Wednesday at the town hall.She was born on a Sunday.I like to just relax on Saturdays.

between ~ and ~ (from) ~ to ~
The ticket office is open until 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.

by, no later than ~
Entries are to arrive no later than Monday, 1 October. A special meeting is arranged for Friday 17 May.

~'s deadline, election, game, meeting, performance, race, etc.
He was not present at Tuesday's meeting.



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