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The last part of the week, typically from Friday evening through Sunday evening, but sometimes including other adjacent days, especially when seen as a time of leisure or recreation: spent the long weekend fishing.
intr.v. week·end·ed, week·end·ing, week·ends
To spend weekends or a weekend.
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informal at the weekend, esp regularly or during every weekend
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every weekend; on weekends.
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