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Groundhog Day

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Etymology 1Edit

NounEdit

Groundhog Day (plural Groundhog Days)

  1. An annual festival held in Canada and the USA on February 2 in which the arrival time of the spring season is predicted by whether or not a certain groundhog can see its shadow or not.
TranslationsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From the film Groundhog Day.

Proper nounEdit

Groundhog Day

  1. (informal) A situation in which undesirable events appear to be repeating themselves in a cyclical fashion.