two weeks


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Noun1.two weeks - a period of fourteen consecutive days; "most major tennis tournaments last a fortnight"
period, period of time, time period - an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
Translations
čtrnáct dní
fjorten dage
kaksi viikkoa
dva tjedna
二週間
2주일간
två veckor
สองอาทิตย์
nửa tháng

two weeks

أُسْبُوعَان čtrnáct dní fjorten dage zwei Wochen δεκαπενθήμερο quincena kaksi viikkoa quinze jours dva tjedna due settimane 二週間 2주일간 twee weken fjorten dager dwa tygodnie quinzena две недели två veckor สองอาทิตย์ on dört gün nửa tháng 两星期
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Well, during two weeks and a half we watched by the crib, and in our deep solicitude we were uncon- scious of any world outside of that sick-room.
She and her mother went to the hotel at which I lived, and for two weeks I saw her daily.
Mackie, the lady principal, asking me to return to Hampton two weeks before the opening of the school, in order that I might assist her in cleaning the buildings and getting things in order for the new school year.
At length I returned from two weeks leave of absence to find that my patrons had arrived three days ago in Roulettenberg.
What have you been doing for the last two weeks, Dele?
You were a good deal cut up yourself, Tom, two weeks ago, when those young ladies left your hothouse door open, with a frosty east wind blowing right in; you said it killed a good many of your plants.
For two weeks past he had sought her society eagerly and persistently.
I've had the same seat in the middle of the front row of the stalls for two weeks.
In the end, he gave in to a month, which was well, for in two weeks he was transferred, with half a dozen other drivers, to work from the big stables of Corberly and Morrison in West Oakland.
It was two weeks later that John Clayton, Lord Greystoke, riding in from a tour of inspection of his vast African estate, glimpsed the head of a column of men crossing the plain that lay between his bungalow and the forest to the north and west.
The next day I came down with an attack of quinsy, which kept me in the house for nearly two weeks.
One Sunday morning in June, 1879, about two weeks after what has been related, May senior left the house immediately after breakfast, taking a spade.