- any day of the week except Sunday (or, as in Judaism, Saturday)
- any day not in the weekend
The definition of a weekday is day that is not part of the weekend.
An example of a weekday is Monday.
of, for, or on a weekday
Any of the days of the week exclusive of Sunday and Saturday.
- Any day of the week except Sunday and often also Saturday.
- In countries with a six-day workweek (including all countries in the past), the weekdays are the same as the workdays (working days). In countries with a five-day workweek, the term weekday sometimes has the old meaning "all days except Sunday" and sometimes refers to "all days except Saturday and Sunday".
- It was broadcast almost every single weekday except for a short period of contractual dispute, and was considered to be one of the longest running plot lines to ever hit the airwaves.
- Every weekday morning, I enjoyed reading “The Times Diary,” a collection of short human-interest articles that appeared at the bottom of the editorial page in The Times of London.
- On a typical weekday in the San Francisco Chronicle, you will find-of course-of course the front page, which mainly covers national and international news, but also big Bay Area stories.
- Many limos can add flowers, chocolates, champagne, and other extras to the rental for even more romance, and weekday rentals are frequently less expensive than evening arrangements.
- If a family plans a three-night weekday stay and is planning to fly in to Las Vegas from New York, it is possible to get a package deal with Excalibur for around $2,400.