The period from Friday evening through Sunday evening, esp. regarded as a time for leisure
she spent the weekend camping
a weekend break
This period plus one or two days immediately before or after
the long holiday weekend
spend the weekend
a time period usually extending from Friday night through Sunday; more loosely defined as any period of successive days including one and only one Sunday
The workweek and weekend are those complementary parts of the week devoted to labour and rest respectively. The legal workweek (a US term, in the UK called the working week) is the part of the 7-day week devoted to labor, as opposed to rest. In many countries it is Monday to Friday. ...
"Weekend" is a 2008 single by the Bloodhound Gang. The single features the German techno band, Scooter. The single was released on one of Scooter's album's, Jumping All Over The World - Whatever You Want.
Weekend is a single from Daz Dillinger's album So So Gangsta. The song premiered on the DJ playlists on November 13, 2006 according to Radio & Records Rhythmic and Urban charts .
"Weekend" is a song from 1979 by Dutch band Earth and Fire. It was written by guitarist Gerard Koerts for the album Reality Fills Fantasy.
Week End (1967) is a surreal black comedy film written and directed by Jean-Luc Godard and starring Mireille Darc and Jean Yanne, both of whom were mainstream French TV stars. ...
Weekend is the third album of R&B singer Kenny Lattimore and the first under new record label Arista Records, released in 2001.
Weekend was a television newsmagazine that ran on NBC from 1974 to 1979. It was originally aired in the same time slot as Saturday Night Live, rotating in on those weekends when the SNL cast was not producing a show, which averaged about once per month. ...
Weekend was formed by Alison Statton following the split of Young Marble Giants in 1981. The band was actually a merger between two projects. ...
The Weekend is the debut studio album by New Zealand Group Smashproof. It was released on March 23, 2009
The Weekend is a pop-rock band from London, Ontario Canada, whose first performance was in 1998.
The Weekend EP was a single for the song Our Weekend Starts on Wednesday from the album Everynight Fire Works by Hey Mercedes.
"The Weekend" is a single released by Michael Gray in 2004. It was released in the UK in November 2004. It debuted and peaked at Number 7 in the UK charts, was number 1 in Poland and Top 10 in Australia. The main singer is Shena.
"The Weekend" is a song recorded by country music artist Steve Wariner. It is the second single from his 1987 album It's a Crazy World. It was a number-one hit in both the United States, spending twenty-three weeks on Hot Country Singles.
(Weekending) Week Ending... (1970–98) was a satirical radio current affairs sketch show, first broadcast on BBC Radio 4, usually on Friday evenings. It was devised by writer/producers Simon Brett and David Hatch, and was originally hosted by Nationwide presenter Michael Barratt.
(Weekends (band)) Weekends is a 2-piece art rock band formed in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Their sound has been compared to Ponytail as well as Lightning Bolt and Death From Above 1979 due to the band's experimental guitar work and unique vocal stylings. . ...
(Weekends (Black Eyed Peas song)) Bridging the Gap is the 2nd album by Black Eyed Peas, released in 2000. It contained the single "Request + Line", featuring Macy Gray. "Weekends" was remixed & renamed as "Another Weekend" for the Deluxe Edition of their 5th studio album The E.N.D.. ...
(Weekends) are from after 4 Friday til before 4 Sunday. Extra day(s) added to weekend rental will have the usual checkout time of 12 noon, except on a holiday which will also be at 4:00 p.m.
all requirements for the degree or other award must be offered during weekend study.
Usually defined as Friday through Saturday
The period from 11 p.m. Friday to, but not including 8 a.m. Monday.
What students—and parents—live for.
“Fin de semana” shortened to = Fin d smn or Fin d
or Entertainment. This section includes many ads for upcoming entertainment events which usually occur on the weekend; this section usually appears on a Friday, or the last newspaper printed before the weekend.