From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishTuesdayTues‧day /ˈtjuːzdi, -deɪ $ ˈtuːz-/ ●●● S2 W2 noun [countable, uncountable] (written abbreviation Tues. or Tue.) TMCthe day between Monday and Wednesdayon Tuesday The sale starts on Tuesday. I’ll see you Tuesday. American EnglishTuesday morning/afternoon etc He first heard the news on Tuesday evening.last Tuesday It was my birthday last Tuesday.this Tuesday I’m sorry I can’t make it this Tuesday.next Tuesday (=Tuesday of next week) Shall we meet next Tuesday?a Tuesday (=one of the Tuesdays in the year) We left Miami on a Tuesday.
Examples from the CorpusTuesday• Magic Johnson is back with the Lakers, and his return to the court Tuesday night was greeted with unanimous local approval.• The report is due Tuesday.• Simpson was not at home Tuesday evening when authorities arrived, Fuller said, but he was contacted and soon returned.• Meyer did not return phone calls late Tuesday.• Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.• However, Mr Komura on Tuesday said that his ministry would now study ways of avoiding this risk.• House of Fraser will announce its December sales on Tuesday.• Weaver said Tuesday night while sipping wine and brandishing various medieval weapons for sale in his little shop of horrors.• No relief appeared in sight Tuesday.on Tuesday• Do you want to see that new movie with me on Tuesday?Origin Tuesday Old English tiwesdæg, from Tiw god of war + dæg “day”