The period of seven days generally reckoned from and to midnight on Saturday night
she has an art class twice a week
Workdays as opposed to the weekend; the five days from Monday to Friday
I work during the week, so I can only get to this shop on Saturdays
The time spent working in this period of five to seven days
she works a 48-hour week
A period of five or seven days devoted to a specified purpose or beginning on a specified day
Super Bowl week
the week of June 23
Used after the name of a day to indicate that something will happen seven days after that day
the program will be broadcast on Sunday week
any period of seven consecutive days; "it rained for a week"
workweek: hours or days of work in a calendar week; "they worked a 40-hour week"
"Week!" is the ninth single of Do As Infinity, released in 2001. The B-side of this single, "Tsuredzure Naru Mama ni", is the only studio-recorded song from guitarist Ryo Owatari, the lyrics were also written by him. ...
A week is a time unit equal to seven days.
WEEK refers to the following broadcasting stations in the United States: *WOAM, an AM radio station on 1350 kHz licensed to Peoria, Illinois, United States, which held the call sign WEEK until 1960 *WPIA, an FM radio station on 98. ...
The Week, styled as THE WEEK, is a weekly news magazine.
The Week is an English language Indian weekly newsmagazine published by The Malayala Manorama group, which also publishes the iconic newspaper Malayala Manorama. ...
Weeks is a surname. For information on the surname itself, see Weeks (surname). Some notable people with the name Weeks are: * Alan Weeks (1923-1996), British television sports reporter and commentator * Bert Weeks, mayor of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, from 1975 to 1982 * Bob Weeks (born 1960), ...
(Weeks (surname)) The name Weeks is a relatively common English surname, usually either a patronymic of the Middle English Wikke (battle, war) or a topographic or occupational name deriving from Wick (small, outlying village). ...
(The Weeks) The Weeks are an alternative rock band from Jackson, Mississippi.
A period of seven days; The seven days beginning with Sunday or Monday; A subdivision of the month into longer periods of work days punctuated by shorter weekend periods of days for markets, rest, or religious observation such as a sabbath; Seven days after (sometimes before) a specified date
(8 weeks (condition at start of fetal stage)) The risk of miscarriage decreases sharply at the beginning of the fetal stage (BBC 2002). ...
(Weeks) During Full Term, one tends to lose all grasp on reality beyond the ‘Oxford bubble’, and even the calendar is renamed. The eight weeks of term each begin on a Sunday, and are thus referred to as 1st Week, 2nd Week, etc. ...
(Weeks) More important than calendar dates while in Oxford. They start on Sundays. Full term is weeks one to eight.
Period of times when a Black Greek-letter organization sponsors a variety of events for the campus. May include educational programs, discussions or debates, variety shows, parties, and step shows. Sometimes they are referred to as Founders’ Week. ...
A consecutive seven-day period in which: for an educational program using a semester, trimester, or quarter system or an educational program using clock hours, at least one day of regularly scheduled instruction, examinations, or preparation for examinations occurs for an educational program ...
This means per week or every week. This usually applies to text messages and means that you will be charged for the service on a weekly basis.
An arbitrary period of days, usually seven days; approximately equal to the number of days counted between the four phases of the Moon. (see Lunar Phases) [S92]
refers to the names of the seven days, from Sunday to Saturday: I go to the ice skating rink once a week.
Generally a period of seven days that begins at midnight between Saturday and Sunday. Where SMP begins on a day other than a Sunday, a week means any period of 7 days such as Thursday to Wednesday.
The calendar week, ending at midnight Saturday.
From the beginning, time was divided into weeks, each consisting of six days of working and one of rest (Gen 2:2, Gen 2:3; Gen 7:10; Gen 8:10, Gen 8:12; Gen 29:28). ...
Ten days is the amount of time it takes for the second moon Varin to go from new to full and back to new, and is called a 'week' in many Kulthean cultures.
a system of week numbering within Full Term has recently spread to Cambridge from Oxford. Used at Cambridge mainly in connection with drama, as in "a 6th-week production''. Week counting is easier at Oxford, where Full Terms start on Sundays and end on Saturdays.
A continuous period of 168hrs (seven days). Frequently starting from midnight on Sunday, but can be defined as starting from midnight Saturday, or any other point in time you care to specify. For rostering purposes, the definition of a week is often aligned with shift start and finish times. ...