Word family noun week midweek weekly adjective weekly midweek adverb weekly midweek
From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
weeklyweek‧ly1 /ˈwiːkli/ ●●● W3 adjective [only before noun] TMChappening or done every week a weekly current affairs programme twice-weekly flightsweekly adverb The magazine is published weekly.
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weeklyweekly ballet lessonsThe weekly claims numbers are now running at the highest level since April.Each of these may make a daily or weekly contribution which interweave to form a family network.When the survey started in 1975, the average weekly pocket money was 33 pence.Weekly rates at the hotel start at $627.Moreover, the practice of building vocabulary through weekly spelling tests in elementary school has been largely abandoned.She would pay for his weekly ticket.
weeklyweekly2 noun (plural weeklies) [countable] TCNa magazine that appears once a weekmonthly a popular news weekly
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weeklyThe later pattern of weeklies was further complicated by the growth of free sheets.The biggest drop was among the Sundays - a massive 10 million sales - and the weeklies.Commercial journals, particularly the weeklies and monthlies, can take rapid decisions, and have a faster turn-round time.The local press, particularly the weeklies, aren't usually engaged in sensational journalism.He said the weekly is profitable, but declined to disclose details.