Tues|day [ˈtju:zdi, -deı US ˈtu:z-] n [U and C] written abbreviation Tues. or Tue.
[: Old English; Origin: tiwesdAg, from Tiw god of war + dAg 'day']
the day between Monday and Wednesday
on Tuesday
The sale starts on Tuesday.
I'll see you Tuesday. AmE
Tuesday morning/afternoon etc
He first heard the news on Tuesday evening.
last Tuesday
It was my birthday last Tuesday.
this Tuesday
I'm sorry I can't make it this Tuesday.
next Tuesday
(=Tuesday of next week)
Shall we meet next Tuesday?
a Tuesday
(=one of the Tuesdays in the year)
We left Miami on a Tuesday.

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