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Sat·ur·day

 (săt′ər-dē, -dā′)
n.
Abbr. Sat. or S The day of the week that comes after Friday and before Sunday.

[Middle English, from Old English Sæternesdæg, translation of Latin Sāturnī diēs : Sāturnī, genitive of Sāturnus, Saturn + diēs, day.]

Sat′ur·days adv.

Saturday

(ˈsætədɪ; -deɪ)
n
the seventh and last day of the week: the Jewish Sabbath
[Old English sæternes dæg, translation of Latin Sāturnī diēs day of Saturn; compare Middle Dutch saterdach, Dutch zaterdag]

Sat•ur•day

(ˈsæt ərˌdeɪ, -di)

n.
the seventh day of the week, following Friday.
[before 900; Middle English Saturdai; Old English Saternesdæg, partial translation of Latin Sāturnī diēs literally, Saturn's day; c. Dutch zaterdag, Low German saterdag]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.saturday - the seventh and last day of the weekSaturday - the seventh and last day of the week; observed as the Sabbath by Jews and some Christians
weekday - any day except Sunday (and sometimes except Saturday)
weekend - a time period usually extending from Friday night through Sunday; more loosely defined as any period of successive days including one and only one Sunday
Translations
السَّبْتيوم السَّبْت
събота
sobotasobotní
lørdag
sabato
laupäev
شنبه
lauantai
subota
szombat
laugardagur
土曜日
토요일
šeštadienis
sestdiena
sâmbătă
sobotasobotný
sobota
subotaсубота
lördag
Jumamosi
วันเสาร์
субота
Thứ bảy

Saturday

[ˈsætədɪ]
A. Nsábado m
see Tuesday for usage
B. CPD Saturday job N I've got a Saturday jobtengo un trabajo los sábados

Saturday

[ˈsætərdeɪ ˈsætərdi]
nsamedi m
on Saturday → samedi
on Saturdays → le samedi
every Saturday → tous les samedis
last Saturday → samedi dernier
next Saturday → samedi prochain
modif
Saturday morning → samedi matin
Saturday afternoon → samedi après-midi
Saturday evening → samedi soir

Saturday

nSamstag m, → Sonnabend m (esp N Ger); Saturday draw (in lottery) → Samstagsziehung f ? also Tuesday

Saturday

[ˈsætədɪ] nsabato
for usage see Tuesday

Saturday

(ˈsӕtədei) noun
the seventh day of the week, the day following Friday. I'll see you on Saturday; (also adjective) on Saturday morning.

saturday

السَّبْت sobota lørdag Samstag Σάββατο sábado lauantai samedi subota sabato 土曜日 토요일 zaterdag lørdag sobota sábado суббота lördag วันเสาร์ Cumartesi Thứ bảy 星期六
References in classic literature ?
asked Amy, coming into their room one Saturday afternoon, and finding them getting ready to go out with an air of secrecy which excited her curiosity.
Every Friday afternoon one of the hired men from the farm drove into Winesburg and took her home for the week-end, so that she did not spend the Saturday holiday with the town people.
He was returning to the city to his business, and they would not see him again at the Island till the coming Saturday.
Then it was wonderful what a number of places the master would go to in the city on Saturday, and what queer streets we were driven through.
On Saturday night they came home with a great basketful of things, and spread them out on the table, while every one stood round, and the children climbed up on the chairs, or howled to be lifted up to see.
All its life it had been asleep, but now it hardly got a chance for a nod, so swiftly did big events and crashing surprises come along in one another's wake: Friday morning, first glimpse of Real Nobility, also grand reception at Aunt Patsy Cooper's, also great robber raid; Friday evening, dramatic kicking of the heir of the chief citizen in presence of four hundred people; Saturday morning, emergence as practicing lawyer of the long-submerged Pudd'nhead Wilson; Saturday night, duel between chief citizen and titled stranger.
BUT there was no hilarity in the little town that same tranquil Saturday afternoon.
sundown, Saturday, September 2d, by the prisoner's field,
And so she is to come to us next Friday or Saturday, and the Campbells leave town in their way to Holyhead the Monday following as you will find from Jane's letter.
But another Saturday came, and on that Saturday evening she was to be at Miss Mills's; and when Mr.
It being Saturday night, I found the landlord looking rather grimly at these records, but as my business was with Joe and not with him, I merely wished him good evening, and passed into the common room at the end of the passage, where there was a bright large kitchen fire, and where Joe was smoking his pipe in company with Mr.
And one day when an old lady with rheumatism came to see the Doctor, she sat on the hedgehog who was sleeping on the sofa and never came to see him any more, but drove every Saturday all the way to Oxenthorpe, another town ten miles off, to see a different doctor.