weeknight
noun Date: 1850 a weekday night

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • weeknight — [wēk′nīt΄] n. any night of the week except Saturday or Sunday …   English World dictionary

  • weeknight — /week nuyt /, n. 1. any night of the week, usually except Saturday and Sunday. adj. 2. Also, weeknightly /week nuyt lee/. of, on, or for a weeknight: the weeknight lineup of TV programs. [1855 60; WEEK + NIGHT] * * * …   Universalium

  • weeknight — [[t]wi͟ːknaɪt[/t]] weeknights N COUNT: oft N n A weeknight is the evening or night of a weekday. [mainly AUSTRALIAN] The half hour weeknight show includes veteran reporter John Wiseman, operating out of Brisbane …   English dictionary

  • weeknight — UK [ˈwiːkˌnaɪt] / US [ˈwɪkˌnaɪt] noun [countable] Word forms weeknight : singular weeknight plural weeknights the evening or night of any day except Saturday or Sunday …   English dictionary

  • weeknight — week•night [[t]ˈwikˌnaɪt[/t]] n. 1) cvb any night of the week except Sunday or, often, except Saturday and Sunday 2) cvb Also, week′night ly. of, on, or for a weeknight • Etymology: 1855–60 …   From formal English to slang

  • weeknight — noun The evening of a weekday. See Also: week, weekday …   Wiktionary

  • weeknight — n. on weeknights; AE also has: weeknights (she works on weeknights) * * * [ wiːknaɪt] AE also has: weeknights (she works on weeknights) on weeknights …   Combinatory dictionary

  • weeknight — week|night [ˈwi:knaıt] n any night except Saturday and Sunday …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • weeknight — week|night [ wik,naıt ] noun count the evening or night of any day except Saturday or Sunday …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • weeknight — noun (C) any night apart from Saturday or Sunday …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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