|any day of the week except Saturday and Sunday, day other than Saturday or Sunday||weekday|
|1st day of the working week, second day of the week (first working day in many countries)||Monday|
|1st day of week, Christian Sabbath day, first day of the week; Sabbath day of many Christians, for special occasions, of Sunday, only at weekends or as hobby||Sunday|
|2nd day of week, third day of the week, day of the week between Monday and Wednesday||Tuesday|
|3 times a week, 3-weekly publication, appearing or done 3 times weekly, appearing or done every 3 weeks, publication 3 times a week||triweekly|
|3rd day of the week, fourth day of the week||Wednesday|
|3rd Sunday before Lent||Septuagesima|
|4th day of week, fifth day of the week||Thursday|
|5th Sunday in Lent, Palm Sunday||Passion Sunday|
|7-day period, calendar week, one week after a particular day, period of 7 days from Sunday to Saturday; any period of 7 days; number of days during the week devoted to work or school, seven days before; seven days after, special week, working week||week|
|7th day of week, seventh day of the week||Saturday|
|A term used to refer to guests on the PBS television show "Wall Street Week" who are technical analysts attempting to predict the direction of stock prices over the next six months.||Elves|
|Adventist observing Sabbath on Saturday||Seventh-Day Adventist|
|all notes included within octave, Christian feast day and following week, eight day holiday period; eight line stanza in poem; musical note at interval, eight lines of poetry, eighth day after feast day, eighth defensive position in fencing, eighth ite...||octave|
|better than all others, endorsement, finest, most excellent; highest endeavor, hardest; holiday clothes, "Sunday best"; compliments, best wishes, get over on someone; beat someone, more than all others, most intimate, most likely to succeed, most succe...||best|
|by the week, calculated by the week, every week, happening once a week, happening or issued once a week or every week, something published once a week, weekly newspaper or periodical||weekly|
|Christian festival celebrated on the seventh Sunday after Easter||pentecost|
|Christian festival, Christian festival commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, day of the Easter festival, Easter Day, Easter Sunday, Easter weekend||Easter|
|coming of Christ; four week period before Christmas, coming of Jesus Christ||Advent|
|coming out every two weeks, coming out twice a week, once every two weeks, publication issued every two weeks, twice-weekly publication||biweekly|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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EUdict is online since May 9, 2005 and English<>Croatian dictionary on tkuzmic.com since June 16, 2003.