- the end of the week, esp the period from Friday night until the end of Sunday
- (as modifier): a weekend party
- (intransitive) informal to spend or pass a weekend
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week•end /ˈwikˌɛnd, -ˈɛnd/USA pronunciation n.WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2017
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week•end (wēk′end′, -end′),USA pronunciation n.
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weekend n /ˌwiːkˈɛnd/
'weekend' also found in these entries:
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Synonyms: end of the week, Saturday and Sunday, short vacation, English weekend, long weekend, more...
Collocations: (like to) weekend at the [lake, cabin, beach], a [short, long, standard, three-day] weekend, a weekend [break, visit, away], more...
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