sunday

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} pazar

Her pazar tenis oynardı. - She used to play tennis every Sunday.

Her pazar kiliseye giderim. - I go to church every Sunday.

{i} pazar günü

Önümüzdeki pazar günü bizi ziyaret edip etmeyeceğini bilmiyorum. - I don't know if he will visit us next Sunday.

Genellikle pazar günü bütün günü boş boş geçiririm. - I usually spend the whole day idly on Sunday.

[n] Pazar günü
Sunday to- meeting s
yekşembe
{s} pazarları yapılan
{s} zevk için yapılan
Sunday school kilisede pazar günü din dersleri verilen okul
bayramlık
en iyi
uzun müddet
a month of Sundays k
pazar (günü)
sunday best
bayramlık elbise
sunday driver
Acemi sürücü
sunday rest
Pazar dinlenme
Sunday best
en iyi elbise
Sunday best
gezme giysisi
Sunday school
klise okulu
sunday closing pazar
tatili
sunday neurosis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) pazar nevrozu
on sunday
pazar günü
passion sunday
paskalyadan önceki ikinci pazar
whit sunday
15.May
easter sunday
Paskalya Pazar
from here to sunday
(deyim) Heryerde

I will kick your ass from here to Sunday.

mid lend sunday
perhiz ortasındaki pazar
not in a month of sunday
çıkmaz ayın son çarşambası
whit sunday
paskalyadan sonraki yedinci Pazar
Palm Sunday
paskalyadan önceki pazar günü
bloody sunday
(Tarih) kanlı pazar (rusya)
i am leaving on sunday
pazar günü ayrılıyorum
passion sunday
paskalyadan iki hafta önceki pazar
rogation sunday
miraçtan önceki pazar günü
septuagesmia sunday
büyük oruçtan önceki üçüncü pazar
today is sunday
bugün pazar
whit sunday
15 mayıs
Englisch - Englisch
on Sunday

I am not always at home on Sundays. - I'm not always at home on Sundays.

What do you do on Sundays? - What do you do on Sunday?

The seventh day of the week in systems using the ISO 8601 standard, or the first day of the week in many religious traditions. The Sabbath for most Christians; it follows Saturday and precedes Monday
first day of the week; observed as a day of rest and worship by most Christians
{n} the sun's day, the christian sabbath
{i} first day of the week; Sabbath day of many Christians
{s} of or pertaining to Sunday; taking place mainly on Sunday; used maily on Sunday or on holidays (e.g.: "These are my Sunday clothes")
The seventh day of the week in Europe and in systems using the ISO 8601 standard, or the first day of the week in the USA, the Sabbath for most Christians; it follows Saturday and precedes Monday
Sunday is the day after Saturday and before Monday. I thought we might go for a drive on Sunday Naomi used to go to church in Granville every Sunday. American evangelist. Originally a professional baseball player (1883-1891), he began preaching in 1896 and became a Presbyterian minister in 1903. Bloody Sunday Palm Sunday Passion Sunday Sunday Billy William Ashley Sunday
{i} family name; female first name
first day of the week; observed as a day of rest and worship by most Christians spend Sunday; "We sundayed in the country
{f} spend Sunday (e.g.: "We sundayed playing golf")
The first day of the week, consecrated among Christians to rest from secular employments, and to religious worship; the Christian Sabbath; the Lord's Day
The first day in the Christian liturgical week, the original feast day, the heart of the calendar, the basis and nucleus of the liturgical year
Belonging to the Christian Sabbath
spend Sunday; "We sundayed in the country"
The Christian holy day; day of rest
Sunday best
A person's finest clothing, especially the clothes one reserves to wear to church on Sunday

More than 250 people, most of them African-American churchgoers dressed in their Sunday best, erupted in screams when the presidential motorcade turned onto the street.

Sunday driver
One who drives slowly, as for leisure or sightseeing

Wallace is hardly your typical Sunday driver out on a jaunt in the countryside.

Sunday drivers
plural form of Sunday driver
Sunday letter
A dominical letter
Sunday motorist
Alternative form of Sunday driver
Sunday name
full name, proper name, elaborate or posh name: Stephen instead of Steve
Sunday names
plural form of Sunday name
Sunday of the Five Loaves
Mothering Sunday; a day in honor of mothers and/or one's mother church, especially in the United Kingdom and Ireland
Sunday of the Five Loaves
Mid-Lent Sunday; the fourth Sunday of Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday
Sunday out
A domestic servant's Sunday off
Sunday painter
A painter with little or no experience or training
Sunday punch
A knockout blow; A mighty or devastating blow
Sunday punches
plural form of Sunday punch
Sunday roast
A roast dinner, eaten on a Sunday, consisting of roast meat and other trimmings
Sunday roasts
plural form of Sunday roast
Sunday school
a school, organized by a church, that provides religious education to children on Sundays
Sunday school service
a service at a Sunday school
Sunday schools
plural form of Sunday school
Sunday strip
A comic strip regularly published in a newspaper (or one of its supplements) on Sundays
Sunday strips
plural form of Sunday strip
Sunday-best
Alternative spelling of Sunday best
Sunday-go-to-meeting
of clothes, suitable for wearing to church; one's best
Sunday Express
a British tabloid newspaper sold every Sunday, which generally supports the ideas of the Conservative Party ExPress, The
Sunday Mirror
a British tabloid newspaper sold every Sunday, which generally supports the ideas of the Labour Party Mirror, The
Sunday Post
a Scottish Sunday newspaper which supports traditional values and has many stories about ordinary people. It is very popular in Scotland and is also read by Scottish people in many other parts of the world
Sunday Sport
a British tabloid newspaper sold every Sunday which has almost no serious news stories but has many stories about sex and scandal (=immoral or shocking events involving famous people)
Sunday Telegraph
a serious British newspaper with generally right-wing political opinions
Sunday Times
a serious British Sunday newspaper whose political opinions are fairly right-wing. The Sunday Times was one of the first papers to be divided into sections (=separate parts) , such as a Sports Section and a Business Section, and it has a very large number of these
Sunday best
one's finest clothing, one's best clothes
Sunday best
If you are in your Sunday best, you are wearing your best clothes, which you only wear for special occasions. One's best and often most formal clothing
Sunday school
Sunday school is a class organized by a church that some children go to on Sundays in order to learn about Christianity. a Sunday School teacher. a place where children are taught about Christianity on Sundays
Sunday school
religious school which takes place on Sunday
sunday best
the best attire you have which is worn to church on Sunday
sunday best clothes
{i} holiday clothing, festive wear
sunday school
Classes taught in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sundays The classes are divided into different age groups but each is taught about Christ and about His Gospel
sunday school
Classes in history, customs, culture, and ceremony
sunday school
school meeting on Sundays for religious instruction
sunday school
is the foundational strategy in a local church for leading people to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and for building on-mission Christians through open Bible study groups that engage people in evangelism, discipleship, fellowship, ministry, and worship
sunday school
is the department within the church, usually managed by a Sunday School director, where members meet together on Sunday These Christian believers discuss Biblical issues and their life applications, share personal or spiritual issues and intercede for one another through prayer Sunday School is for adults, as well as children and youth
sunday school class
a class in a Sunday school
Advent Sunday
A Sunday, the first day of Advent, 30 November (St Andrew's day) or the nearest Sunday to it
Advent Sunday
The fourth Sunday before Christmas Day, the start of Advent
Ascension Sunday
The Sunday after Ascension Day
Bloody Sunday
A 1905 event in St Petersburg in which as many as 4000 unarmed citizens were killed by state forces
Bloody Sunday
One of many similar events, see Bloody Sunday on Wikipedia for a complete list
Bloody Sunday
A 1972 event in Northern Ireland in which 13 civil rights protesters were shot and killed by a British Army regiment
Care Sunday
Passion Sunday, the fifth Sunday in Lent
Carling Sunday
Care Sunday, Passion Sunday
Divine Mercy Sunday
The Sunday after Easter
Easter Sunday
Easter Day, a Christian religious moveable holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead
Judica Sunday
Passion Sunday, the fifth Sunday in Lent

The fifth Sunday is “Judicia.” (Judge. Psalm 43:I.) Judicia Sunday is sometimes also called Black Sunday in contrast with the Sunday before it, and the nearness of the dark sorrows of Passion Week and Good Friday.

Mid-Lent Sunday
Alternative spelling of MidLent Sunday
Mid-Lent Sunday
The fourth Sunday of Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday
Mid-Lent Sunday
Mothering Sunday; a day in honor of mothers and/or one's mother church, especially in the United Kingdom and Ireland
MidLent Sunday
Alternative spelling of Mid-Lent Sunday
MidLent Sunday
Mothering Sunday; a day in honor of mothers and/or one's mother church, especially in the United Kingdom and Ireland
MidLent Sunday
The fourth Sunday of Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday
Mothering Sunday
A day in honor of mothers and/or one's mother church, which falls on the fourth Sunday of Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday, especially in the United Kingdom and Ireland; compare a-mothering
Palm Sunday
The Sunday before Easter, commemorating Christ's entry into Jerusalem, when palm fronds were strewn before him
Passion Sunday
The fifth Sunday in Lent, the second Sunday before Easter, the first day in Passiontide
Refreshment Sunday
Mid-Lent Sunday; the fourth Sunday of Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday
Refreshment Sunday
Mothering Sunday; a day in honor of mothers and/or one's mother church, especially in the United Kingdom and Ireland
Remembrance Sunday
Remembrance Day
Rose Sunday
Mid-Lent Sunday; the fourth Sunday of Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday
Rose Sunday
Mothering Sunday; a day in honor of mothers and/or one's mother church, especially in the United Kingdom and Ireland
Sexagesima Sunday
In the Catholic liturgical year, the eighth Sunday (i.e. the sixtieth—minus one—day) before Easter (and the second before Lent)
Simnel Sunday
Mid-Lent Sunday; the fourth Sunday of Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday
Simnel Sunday
Mothering Sunday; a day in honor of mothers and/or one's mother church, especially in the United Kingdom and Ireland
Sundays
Every Sunday
Sundays
plural form of Sunday
Trinity Sunday
The Sunday after Whitsunday, which is observed as a liturgical feast in honor of the Holy Trinity; either Sunday is considered as the end of Eastertide
from here to Sunday
Everywhere; all over the place

And then there's strolling throgh the aisle at Wal-Mart and seeing his face on everything from here to Sunday, like... .

six ways till Sunday
Alternative form of six ways to Sunday
six ways to Sunday
thoroughly, completely, in every way imaginable

Her eyes were the color of bittersweet chocolate, made up in that sexy smudged I've-just-been-fucked-six-ways-from-Sunday look that I could never emulate without looking like I'd been sucker punched.

Advent Sunday
The first Sunday of Advent in Western Christianity
Billy Sunday
orig. William Ashley Sunday born Nov. 19, 1862/63, Ames, Iowa, U.S. died Nov. 6, 1935, Chicago, Ill. U.S. religious revivalist. He became a professional baseball player with the Chicago White Sox in 1883 and later played in Pittsburgh, Pa., and Philadelphia. In 1887 he underwent a conversion experience; he began preaching in 1897 and was ordained in the Presbyterian church in 1903. A flamboyant preacher of fundamentalist theology whose sermons reflected the social upheaval caused by the transition from a rural to an urban society, he advocated a strict morality and campaigned effectively for Prohibition. He conducted hundreds of revival meetings and reached an estimated 100 million people. His popularity faded in the 1920s, but he continued preaching until his death
Bloody Sunday
The term was used again in Londonderry (Derry) when on Jan. 30, 1972, 3 participants in a civil rights march were killed by British soldiers, who allegedly had been fired on by the marchers
Bloody Sunday
Sunday, 30th January 1972, when British soldiers in Northern Ireland used force to control a large crowd of people who were protesting against the policy of internment (=putting people in prison without a trial if they were believed to be members of theIRA) . 13 people were killed when the soldiers fired at the crowd. (1905) Massacre of peaceful demonstrators in Saint Petersburg, marking the beginning of the Russian Revolution of 1905. The priest Georgy Gapon (1870-1906), hoping to present workers' request for reforms directly to Nicholas II, arranged a peaceful march toward the Winter Palace. Police fired on the demonstrators, killing more than 100 and wounding several hundred more. The massacre was followed by strikes in other cities, peasant uprisings, and mutinies in the armed forces. The term "Bloody Sunday" was also used to describe the murder in Dublin, Ireland (Nov. 21, 1920), of 11 Englishmen suspected of being intelligence agents, by the Irish Republican Army; the Black and Tans took revenge and attacked spectators at a football (soccer) match, killing 12 and wounding
Easter Sunday
Easter Sunday is the Sunday in March or April when Easter is celebrated. Easter
Low Sunday
The first Sunday after Easter. the Sunday following Easter
Mail on Sunday
a British tabloid newspaper produced every Sunday by the same company that produces The Daily Mail
Mothering Sunday
Mothering Sunday is the fourth Sunday in Lent, when children give cards and presents to their mothers as a sign of their love for them. = Mother's Day. Mother's Day
Palm Sunday
Sunday before Easter celebrated commemorating the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem
Palm Sunday
Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter. It is the day when Christians remember Jesus Christ's arrival in Jerusalem a few days before he was killed. The Sunday before Easter, observed by Christians in commemoration of Jesus's entry into Jerusalem, when palm fronds were strewn before him. the Sunday before Easter in the Christian Church. or Passion Sunday In Christianity, the first day of Holy Week and the Sunday before Easter, commemorating Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem. It usually includes a procession of members of the congregation carrying palms, representing the palm branches the crowd scattered in front of Jesus as he rode into the city. The liturgy also includes readings recounting the suffering and death of Jesus. Palm Sunday was celebrated in Jerusalem as early as the 4th century and in the West by the 8th century
Passion Sunday
The second Sunday before Easter. in the Christian church, the Sunday two weeks before Easter
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
a novel (1958) by British writer Alan Sillitoe, about a young man, Arthur Seaton, who works in a factory. On Saturday nights he goes out, drinking a lot in pubs and has an affair with the wife of one of his friends. He was considered an example of the Angry Young Man of that time
Shrove Sunday
The Sunday before Ash Wednesday
Sundays
plural of Sunday
Sundays
on Sundays, every Sunday, each Sunday
Trinity Sunday
The first Sunday after Pentecost, celebrated by a feast in honor of the Trinity
Whit Sunday
Whit Sunday is the seventh Sunday after Easter, when Christians celebrate the sending of the Holy Spirit to the first followers of Christ. = Pentecost
advent sunday
the first of the four Sundays during Advent
alb sunday
The first Sunday after Easter Sunday, properly Albless Sunday, because in the early church those who had been baptized on Easter eve laid aside on the following Saturday their white albs which had been put on after baptism
easter sunday
the day (in March or April) on which the festival of Easter is celebrated
low sunday
the Sunday following Easter
mothering sunday
{i} British Mother's Day which is on the 4th Sunday in Lent
palm sunday
The Sunday next before Easter So called in memory of Christ's triumphant entry into Jerusalem, when the multitude strewed the way with palm branches and leaves (John xii ) Sad Palm Sunday March 29, 1461, the day of the battle of Towton, the most fatal of all the battles in the domestic war between the White and Red Roses Above 37,000 Englishmen were slain “Whose banks received the blood of many thousand men, On `Sad Palm Sunday' slain, that Towton field we call The bloodiest field betwixt the White Rose and the Red ” Drayton: Polyolbion, xxviii
palm sunday
The Sunday before Easter, where Jesus' final and triumphal entry into Jerusalem is observed In many Episcopal congregations the passion narrative read is also read Real palm branches or crosses made from palms (or both) are usually distributed to the congregation In some churches, Palm Sunday palms are saved and later burned to make the ashes for the next year's Ash Wednesday service
palm sunday
Sunday before Easter
palm sunday
The Sunday before Easter commemorating Jesus' entry into Jerusalem Also referred to as Passion Sunday, since we read the account of Jesus' passion and death Palm Sunday also begins Holy Week, the week leading up to Easter
palm sunday
The Sunday next before Easter; so called in commemoration of our Savior's triumphal entry into Jerusalem, when the multitude strewed palm branches in the way
palm sunday
the Sunday before Easter, commemorating Christ's triumphant entry into Jerusalem the week before he was crucified
palm sunday
(Gr Kyriaki ton Vaion; Sl Verbnoye Voskresenye) The Sunday before Easter, commemorating the triumphal entrance of Christ into Jerusalem The Orthodox use palms or willow branches in the shape of a cross, which the priest distributes to the faithful after the liturgy
palm sunday
The day that Christians remember the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem
palm sunday
Palm Sunday occurs the Sunday before Easter Sunday in the Western Christian religious calendar year It signals the upcoming end of Lent and the beginning of the holy week of Easter The day commemorates the spreading of palms and clothing in Jesus' path as He entered Jerusalem prior to His crucifixion
palm sunday
the Sunday before Easter In an Episcopal Church, members of the congregation carry real palms during the service; in some churches, the tradition is that palms from one year are saved, dried and later burned to make the ashes used at the next year's Ash Wednesday service
palm sunday
the commemoration of Christ’s entry into Jerusalem Usually, people carry crosses made of palm leaves in the procession into the sanctuary which represent the palm leaves being strewn along the path when Christ entered the city (BCP pp 168, 219, 270 – 273 <liturgy>)
passion sunday
second Sunday before Easter
quadragesima sunday
first Sunday in Lent (Christianity)
trinity sunday
eighth Sunday after Easter
sunday

    Silbentrennung

    Sun·day

    Türkische aussprache

    sʌndey

    Aussprache

    /ˈsənˌdā/ /ˈsʌnˌdeɪ/

    Etymologie

    [ s&n-dE, -(")dA ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English sunnenday from Old English sunnandæg (“day of the sun”), from sunne (“sun”), + dæg (“day”), as a translation of Latin dies solis; declared the "venerable day of the sun" by Roman Emperor Constantine on March 7, 321 CE.

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