week

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week

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. had a [busy, good, great, productive] week
  2. was a [hard, horrible, tough] week
  3. was a [long, short, six-day] week
  4. a [35, 40] -hour (work) week
  5. the [work, working] week
  6. [Christmas, Easter, Hanukkah] week
  7. during [orientation, welcome] week
  8. the week [before, after] [Christmas]
  9. this week has been [hell, amazing]
  10. a week [from, on] [Wednesday]
  11. a week [crammed, packed, filled] with [activity, events, games]
  12. [worked, tried, cried, complained, studied] all week
  13. [worked] the [whole, entire] week
  14. [worked] all week long
  15. go [away, on vacation, camping] for a week
  16. [take, have] a week off work
  17. [take] a week off
  18. spend a week away
  19. the [course, workshop, trip] lasts a week
  20. open seven days a week
  21. had a [great, horrible] week at the [beach, shore, resort]
  22. see you next week
  23. was a [great] week for [traders, investors, retailers]
  24. a week away from the [family, children, hustle and bustle]
  25. a week's [salary, work, savings]
  26. a week's worth of work (to do)
n as adj
  1. a week-long [trip, conflict, course]
adv
  1. UK: (I'll see you) [Monday, Friday] week
  2. UK: (will) be [ready, there, arriving] yesterday week
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