Easter Monday

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Easter Monday

n.
The Monday following Easter, observed as a holiday in some countries.

Eas′ter Mon′day


n.
the day after Easter, observed as a holiday in some places.
[1350–1400]
Translations

Easter Monday

nOstermontag m

Easter Monday

nPasquetta
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