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MORE ABOUT WEEKDAYS
What does weekdays mean?
Weekdays is an adverb that means on the days from Monday through Friday.
The word week most commonly refers to any period of seven consecutive days, or to the seven-day period on the calendar that begins on Sunday and ends on Saturday. However, in weekdays, it refers to the five-day period that’s often considered the workweek or school week. The standard workweek is from Monday through Friday, though working schedules vary widely.
For this reason, weekdays is typically used to distinguish things that happen during the workweek from those that happen on the weekend. It’s especially used in the context of business hours and working schedules. The word weekends can be used as an adverb in the same way.
Example: We’re open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., but we’re closed weekends.
Where does weekdays come from?
The word weekday has been used since before the 900s, but the first records of the word weekdays as an adverb come from the 1800s. The suffix –s makes weekdays an adverb. It’s used this way in similar time-related words like sometimes and weekends.
You can add this -s suffix to other words to turn them into adverbs, such as nights, as in I work nights, or Saturdays, as in Is this place open Saturdays?
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What are some other forms related to weekdays?
- weekday (noun)
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How is weekdays used in real life?
The word weekdays is commonly used in the context of the hours of businesses and the days that people work. It’s typically used to indicate that things happen or are done during the week as opposed to on the weekend.
SPRING BREAK HOURS: OPEN WEEKDAYS March 4-8 9am-5pm
CLOSED WEEKENDS March 2-3 and March 9-10
— McLeodBusLib (@McLeodBusLib) February 26, 2013
Annual rock scaling work on the Stanley Park seawall is completed and the seawall between Third Beach and Prospect Point is once again open weekdays. Thanks for your patience. pic.twitter.com/mfjxp1BxrO
— Vancouver Park Board (@ParkBoard) November 30, 2020
I don’t know how many times I have to tell my weekend boss that I work weekdays and I will not answer her 10am calls. Like ????
— tbabs (@c0ckad00dled00) December 2, 2020
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Is weekdays used correctly in the following sentence?
We are open Monday through Friday, but we are closed weekdays.
How to use weekdays in a sentence
The episodes aired weekdays in the early, early morning hours starting in September, 1995.‘Sailor Moon’ Is an Oasis for Superheroes Who Can Save the Universe in Heels|Rich Goldstein|November 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Outnumbered airs live at noon weekdays and has grown in popularity since its April 28 launch.
Many bars, restaurants and clubs in the tourist-friendly Silom district go almost empty now, especially during weekdays.
Weekdays suddenly seemed delicious and electric with possibility.
During the high season it's open until 10 p.m. on weekdays and 11 p.m. on weekends.
That's all right to go to church with on Sunday, but on weekdays marriage is no moonshine, I can tell you.The Woman Thou Gavest Me|Hall Caine
But he never showed up on weekdays, and his laxity had allowed a certain further laxity to filter down through the ranks.The Eyes Have It|Gordon Randall Garrett
He went his rounds, preaching on weekdays, from station to station, and holding a service every evening where he rested.The Gilpins and their Fortunes|William H. G. Kingston
The street was small and what is called quiet, but it drove a thriving trade on the weekdays.The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde|Robert Louis Stevenson
In the afternoon they might read, or stroll about the grounds where they pleased, an indulgence not permitted on weekdays.The New Girl at St. Chad's|Angela Brazil