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Topic: CHRONOLOGY

Date: 800-900
Origin: Translation of Latin Saturni dies 'day of Saturn'

Saturday

noun
     
Sat‧ur‧day [uncountable and countable] written abbreviation Sat.
TMC the day between Friday and Sunday
on Saturday
We went for a picnic on Saturday.
The festivities begin Saturday. American English
Saturday morning/afternoon etc
They arrived in Paris on Saturday evening.
last Saturday
I saw Sally last Saturday at the mall.
this Saturday
What are you doing this Saturday?
next Saturday (=Saturday of next week)
Ask her yourself next Saturday.
a Saturday (=one of the Saturdays in the year)
It was a crazy idea to go to the store on a Saturday.
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