From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
FridayFri‧day /ˈfraɪdi, -deɪ/ ●●● S2 W2 noun [countable, uncountable] (written abbreviation Fri.) TMCthe day between Thursday and Saturdayon Friday It’s Kate’s birthday on Friday. Diane won’t be here Friday. American EnglishFriday morning/afternoon etc Can you meet me Friday morning?last Friday I had a terrible time last Friday.this Friday We’re flying to Vienna this Friday (=Friday of next week) Her appointment is next Friday.a Friday (=one of the Fridays in the year) We got married on a Friday.
Examples from the Corpus
FridayThe final 45 tons of mines were destroyed Friday, the army said.The stock market initially dropped Friday, then recovered for a healthy gain.They attend a knitting class every Friday beginning at 9 a. m. They rise at 5 a. m. to get ready.A hearing is scheduled for Friday to discuss issues related to the death penalty.Then, last Friday, a federal appeals court lifted the ban on blocking e-mail.Agriculture Department said Friday at its annual outlook conference.In a letter sent Friday to Rep.Our Spanish class has a test Friday.Mondays through Fridays, noon to 5 p.m.on FridayRichard's birthday is on Friday.
Origin Friday Old English frigedæg day of Frigg, female god of love