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Language: Old English
Origin: sunnandæg

Sunday

noun
     
Related topics: Chronology
Sun‧day [uncountable and countable]
1TMC written abbreviation Sun. the day between Saturday and Monday
on Sunday
We're going to a match on Sunday.
What are you doing Sunday? American English
Sunday morning/afternoon etc
Sunday nights are usually pretty quiet.
last Sunday
It was our wedding anniversary last Sunday.
this Sunday
There's another antiques market this Sunday.
next Sunday (=Sunday of next week)
We'll announce the winners next Sunday.
a Sunday (=one of the Sundays in the year)
Finding a dentist on a Sunday can be very difficult.
2

your Sunday best

DCC your best clothes, worn only for special occasions or for church
3

Sunday driver

TTC an insulting word meaning someone who annoys other people by driving too slowly

➔ never in a month of Sundays

at month (6)

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