- n. 周末
- vi. 过周末
- adj. 周末的
- [C] 周末 Saturday and Sunday
a time period usually extending from Friday night through Sunday; more loosely defined as any period of successive days including one and only one Sunday
spend the weekend
- How was your weekend?
- What are your plans for the weekend?
- I weekend with the Whites at their home.
- There are more and more weekend couples in the cities.
- I was wondering where to spend the weekend.
- We used to meet at weekends and chew the fat over coffee and sunflower seeds.
- People are allowed to walk through the big house at weekends, admiring the old paintings and furniture.
- She works at〔on〕 weekends.
- Have you bought in enough bread for the weekend?
- The librarian allowed him to take a dictionary home for the weekend, though it was not permitted.
- We had the Jones children wished on us for the weekend.
- This weekend party was designed to bring the two leaders together.
- I am sorry,I cannot join you this weekend. I'm buried under a mountain of work.
- I want to spend this weekend bringing my letter writing up to date.
- Would you care to visit us this weekend?
- My aunt's regular visits break into my weekend.
- spend a weekend 度周末
Delays experienced by..British air travellers two week-ends ago.出自：Guardian
Whether you stay for a weekend or a month you'll..remember the warm atmosphere.出自：Golf for Women