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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 ?
Dinner was at one o'clock; and on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday it consisted of beef, roast, hashed, and minced, and on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of mutton.
But she was wondering what dress she would better wear Saturday afternoon, and if the new style of high hair-dressing would suit her better than the old; and the walking party was rather spoiled for her.
Eevery Saturday night the Clover Leaf Social Club gave a hop in the hall of the Give and Take Athletic Association on the East Side.
The vessel was appointed to sail on a certain Saturday early in June.
If I happened to walk home with her, she told me all about the dresses she was helping to make, or about what she saw and heard when she was with Tiny Soderball at the hotel on Saturday nights.
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.
It was not really Saturday night, at least it may have been, for they had long lost count of the days; but always if they wanted to do anything special they said this was Saturday night, and then they did it.
Another week passed, a great battle that continued under the electric lights each night and that culminated on Saturday afternoon at three o'clock, when Joe tasted his moment of wilted triumph and then drifted down to the village to forget.
Arrived at Brindisi, Saturday, October 5th, at 4 p.
In the Land of Toys, every day, except Sunday, is a Saturday.
I propose to take you to London with me to-morrow, on this condition--that you promise me, on your word of honor, not to attempt to see your wife before Saturday next.
sundown, Saturday, September 2d, by the prisoner's field,