Translation of fortnight in Spanish:

fortnight

quince días, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈfɔrtˌnaɪt//ˈfɔːtnʌɪt/

noun

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    quince días British
    dos semanas British
    Business quincena feminine
    Friday fortnight en quince días a partir del viernes
    • a fortnight on Friday en quince días a partir del viernes
    • In the last seven years at home there were regular fortnights in hospital: periodic detention, we called it.
    • Samuel Johnson said, ‘When a man knows he is to be hanged in a fortnight, it concentrates his mind wonderfully.’
    • He began to recover a fortnight ago and, after a sparkling piece of work last Tuesday, he was back on target.
    • Nobody would think of organising a social event or fundraiser in the holiday fortnight.
    • He will have to rest for a fortnight after the operation.
    • However, tenants who fall in to arrears must continue paying through the ‘non-charging’ fortnights.
    • Last weekend, I returned home after a fortnight's holiday in a fairly anxious mood.
    • After a fortnight here in the summer it's all but impossible, much as I love my flat.
    • I'm getting one or two calls a fortnight compared with one or two a term two years ago.
    • He has done nothing else but pant, shake and tremble for the past fortnight at least.
    • In the past fortnight six new sea lion pups have been born and two wolf cubs made their first public appearances.
    • At last Eric returned to Britain for a month's leave, but this was curtailed after a fortnight.
    • For the past fortnight, some builders have been doing up the flat next door.
    • It is the one fortnight of the year you can guarantee that I will be out on the water.
    • They aren't visible at any time other than the wettest fortnight of the summer.
    • Over the past fortnight, the town has suffered from a wave of vandalism and rowdy behaviour.
    • For the past fortnight Sue has been keeping a diary of all the food and drink she consumes.
    • Today is my first day back at work after a fortnight's holiday and I'm feeling grouchy.
    • In a fortnight's time he leaves Oxford to take up a new post at New York University.
    • Tomorrow will be my first proper day off for a fortnight and I feel utterly worn out.