twice-weekly

EnglishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

twice-weekly (not comparable)

  1. Happening twice each week; semi-weekly.
    • 1929, D H Lawrence, Pansies
      " ... or twice-weekly whistle round your bottles."
    • 1998, Newsweek, Vol. 132 Issue 22, p20, 4p, 7c
      "The twice-weekly Caregiver's Coffee Hour"
    • 2003, Margo Daly, Rough Guide to Australia, page 462
      "For the twice-weekly Inlanders ..."
    • 2004, Wim B. van den Berg & Pierre Miossec, Cytokines and Joint Injury, page 114
      "Further study assessed twice-weekly subcutaneous injections ..."
    • 2005, Sean Deveney, NEW points of emphasis (Sporting News), Vol. 229, Iss. 28; pg. 24, 4 pgs
      "To ease any doubts, Paul has twice-weekly conversations with a guy ..."

TranslationsEdit

AdverbEdit

twice-weekly (not comparable)

  1. Twice each week; semi-weekly.

Usage notesEdit

Twice-weekly does not appear in some American dictionaries.

Last modified on 9 October 2013, at 01:18