English to Uzbek Meaning :: weekend

Weekend :
Dam olish kunlari
- Dam olish kunlari

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Noun(1) 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
Verb(1) spend the weekend

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(1) The figures are not released to the public but were leaked to a Sunday newspaper at the weekend .(2) a weekend break(3) The page is laid out to give weekdays twice as much space as the weekend days.(4) Finn springs a surprise wedding on Allie while away on a weekend 's break in Naples.(5) she spent the weekend camping(6) Just a couple of hours from the UK, it's ideal for a weekend break or something longer.(7) the weekend is here(8) a weekend trip(9) a weekend break(10) My weekend routine normally involves singing two services at church every Sunday.(11) bank holiday weekend(12) Malmesbury Town Council has voted to bring back a weekend market on a trial basis.(13) nobody wants to work on the weekend(14) The first race of the weekend will be on Saturday although a time has yet to be finalized.(15) The weekend before school broke up, Emily threw a farewell party for Liz and Steven.(16) My friend Jeremy is flying in from Edmonton to host a large weekend bash at his camp.
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(1) last weekend ::
o'tgan dam olish kunlari
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