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Thurs·day

 (thûrz′dē, -dā′)
n. Abbr. Thurs. or Thur. or Thu. or Th or T
The day of the week that comes after Wednesday and before Friday.

[Middle English, from Old English thūres dæg, alteration (influenced by Old Norse thōrsdagr, Thor's day) of thunres dæg, Thor's day (translation of Late Latin Iovis diēs, Jupiter's day) : thunres, genitive of thunor, thunder; see (s)tenə- in Indo-European roots + dæg, day; see day.]

Thurs′days adv.
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Thursday

(ˈθɜːzdɪ; -deɪ)
n
the fifth day of the week; fourth day of the working week
[Old English Thursdæg, literally: Thor's day; related to Old High German Donares tag; see Thor, thunder, day]
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Thurs•day

(ˈθɜrz deɪ, -di)

n.
the fifth day of the week, following Wednesday.
[before 950; Middle English; Old English Thursdæg < Old Norse Thūrsdagr literally, Thor's day; replacing Old English Thunres dæg (both representing Germanic translation of Late Latin diēs Jovis]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.thursday - the fifth day of the weekThursday - the fifth day of the week; the fourth working day
weekday - any day except Sunday (and sometimes except Saturday)
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Translations
يَوْمُ الـخَمِيسيَوْم الخَميس
четвъртък
dijous
čtvrtekčtvrteční
torsdag
ĵaŭdo
neljapäev
torstai
četvrtak
csütörtök
fimmtudagur
木曜日
목요일
dies Iovisdies Jovis
ketvirtadienis
ceturtdiena
joi
štvrtokštvrtkový
četrtek
torsdag
วันพฤหัสบดี
четвер
thứ năm

Thursday

[ˈθɜːzdɪ] Njueves m inv
see Tuesday for usage
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Thursday

[ˈθɜːrzdeɪ ˈθɜːrzdi] njeudi m
on Thursday → jeudi
on Thursdays → le jeudi
every Thursday → tous les jeudis
last Thursday → jeudi dernier
next Thursday → jeudi prochain
see also Tuesday
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Thursday

nDonnerstag m ? also Tuesday
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Thursday

[ˈθɜːzdɪ] ngiovedì m inv
for usage see Tuesday
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

Thursday

(ˈθəːzdi) noun
the fifth day of the week, the day following Wednesday. She came on Thursday; (also adjective) Thursday evening.
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thursday

يَوْمُ الـخَمِيس čtvrtek torsdag Donnerstag Πέμπτη jueves torstai jeudi četvrtak giovedì 木曜日 목요일 donderdag torsdag czwartek quinta-feira четверг torsdag วันพฤหัสบดี Perşembe Thứ năm 星期四
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References in classic literature ?
In the meantime a long-legged oaf is waiting for her outside the post-office, where they meet every Thursday, a fellow who always wears the same suit of clothes, but has a face that must ever make him free of the company of gentlemen.
Say Thursday. Will you come Thursday?" he asked, rising to take his leave.
Thursday they are coming, and this is only Tuesday; it's a cruel long time to wait.
A wildly exciting time was his during the week preceding Thursday the eighteenth.
"Reached Paris, Thursday, October 3rd, at 7.20 a.m.
They were bedridden all of Wednesday and Thursday, and seemed to grow more and more tired and worn, all the time.
It seemed strange that anybody should be mistaken about Rosanna, whose shoulder marked her out pretty plainly, poor thing-- but mistaken the man must have been; for Rosanna, as you know, had been all the Thursday afternoon ill up-stairs in her room.
'And be here again next Thursday,' continued he, shunning her puzzled gaze.
Enjoy your playtime now, and come again to study and to feel the birch rod and the ferule to-morrow; not till to-morrow; for to-day is Thursday lecture; and, ever since the settlement of Massachusetts, there has been no school on Thursday afternoons.
We are at home on Thursdays- today is Thursday, so please come and see us quite informally," said the governor, taking leave of him.
But her writing wasn't very good and poor Uncle Andrew thought she wrote Thursday. So on Thursday he drove all the way to Georgina's home to be married.
And Thursday? -- what can be left for poor Thursday?"