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noun [countable/uncountable] Sunday pronunciation in British English /ˈsʌndeɪ/
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  1. the day after Saturday and before Monday, usually considered to be the first day of the week in the US and the last day of the week in the UK. In Western countries, most people do not work on Sunday
    Are you doing anything nice on Sunday?
    If Christmas Day is on a Sunday, the next day is also a holiday.
    I love quiet Sunday mornings.
    I’m going to visit my parents next Sunday.
    on Sundays (=every Sunday): We usually go to church on Sundays.
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