[ vee-dey ]
/ ˈviˌdeɪ /
a day of final military victory.
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Origin of V-Day
First recorded in 1940–45; short for Victory Day
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Example sentences from the Web for V-Day
Pass this act, and we women can go buy ourselves our own V-Day present next year.Nine Things Women Actually Want for Valentine’s Day |Rachel Krantz|February 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for V-Day
a day nominated to celebrate victory, as in V-E Day or V-J Day in World War II
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