Friday


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Fri·day

 (frī′dē, -dā′)
n. Abbr. Fri. or Fr. or F
The day of the week that comes after Thursday and before Saturday.

[Middle English Fridai, from Old English Frīgedæg; see prī- in Indo-European roots.]

Fri′days adv.

Friday

(ˈfraɪdɪ; -deɪ)
n
1. the sixth day of the week; fifth day of the working week
2. (Professions) See girl Friday, man Friday
[Old English Frīgedæg, literally: Freya's day; related to Old Frisian frīadei, Old High German frīatag]

Fri•day

(ˈfraɪ deɪ, -di)

n.
1. the sixth day of the week, following Thursday.
2. Informal.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English Frigedæg Freya's day =frige (genitive singular of frēo) + dæg day]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.friday - the sixth day of the weekFriday - the sixth day of the week; the fifth working day
weekday - any day except Sunday (and sometimes except Saturday)
Translations
الـجُمْعَةيوم الجُمْعَه
петък
pátekpáteční
fredagfredags-
vendredo
reede
آدینه
perjantai
petak
péntekpéntek Fri.
föstudagur
金曜日
금요일
dies Veneris
penktadienis
piektdiena
vineri
piatokpiatkový
petek
fredag
วันศุกร์
thứ Sáu

Friday

[ˈfraɪdɪ] Nviernes m inv
see Tuesday for usage
see also good

Friday

[ˈfraɪdeɪ ˈfraɪdi]
nvendredi m
see Tuesday
on Friday → vendredi
on Fridays → le vendredi
every Friday → tous les vendredis
last Friday → vendredi dernier
next Friday → vendredi prochain
modif [night, morning, afternoon, evening] → vendredi
Friday morning → vendredi matinFriday prayers npl (Muslim)la prière du vendredi

Friday

nFreitag m ? also Tuesday

Friday

[ˈfraɪdɪ] nvenerdì m inv
for usage see Tuesday

Friday

(ˈfraidei) noun
the sixth day of the week, the day following Thursday. She arrived on Friday; (also adjective) Friday evening.

friday

الـجُمْعَة pátek fredag Freitag Παρασκευή viernes perjantai vendredi petak venerdì 金曜日 금요일 vrijdag fredag piątek sexta-feira пятница fredag วันศุกร์ Cuma thứ Sáu 星期五
References in classic literature ?
The most extraordinary thing to my mind, of all the strange and wonderful things that happened upon that Friday, was the dovetailing of the commonplace habits of our social order with the first beginnings of the series of events that was to topple that social order headlong.
"Then, if you please, I will expect you on Friday."
"Reached Turin by Mont Cenis, Friday, October 4th, at 6.35 a.m.
As soon as I saw the place I called for Friday, and asked him if he knew where he was?
"Say, Mag," he said, "put on yer bes' duds Friday night an' I'll take yehs teh deh show.
"She left, I believe, on Thursday or Friday. Can you tell me whether her baggage went through your hands?"
"I shalt expect you by last train on Friday, in accordance with your letter: and, till then, I shalt say, in the words of the old song,
On the very next Friday after this "dreadfullest fight that ever was seen," as Bunyan says in Pilgrim's Progress, there were great doings in the little schoolhouse on the hill.
Friday afternoon none of the girls had classes at Redmond.
As long as the open weather lasted the Avonlea students went out to Carmody on the new branch railway every Friday night.
"Well, I didn't neither, but all at once it popped onto me that it was Friday."
In a little time I began to speak to him; and teach him to speak to me: and first, I let him know his name should be Friday, which was the day I saved his life: I called him so for the memory of the time.