Tuesday

noun Tues·day \ ˈtüz-(ˌ)dā , ˈtyüz- , -dē \
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

Definition of Tuesday

: the third day of the week

Tuesdays

play \ˈtüz-(ˌ)dāz, ˈtyüz-, -dēz\ adverb

Examples of tuesday in a Sentence

  1. I had lunch with her last Tuesday.

  2. I'll be seeing her again next Tuesday.

  3. My birthday falls on a Tuesday this year.

  4. Next week I'll arrive on Tuesday and leave on Friday.

  5. I will arrive on Tuesday morning.

Origin and Etymology of tuesday

Middle English tiwesday, from Old English tīwesdæg (akin to Old High German zīostag Tuesday), from Old English Tīw Tiu + dæg day — more at deity

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TUESDAY Defined for English Language Learners

Tuesday

Definition of Tuesday for English Language Learners

  • : the day of the week between Monday and Wednesday


TUESDAY Defined for Kids

Tuesday

noun Tues·day \ ˈtüz-dē , ˈtyüz- \

Definition of Tuesday for Students

: the third day of the week


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