(a) week next Monday


(a) week next Monday
a ˌweek next/on/this ˈMonday, etc. | a ˌweek toˈmorrow, etc. idiom
(BrE) (also a ˌweek from ˈMonday, etc. NAmE, BrE) seven days after the day that you mention

It's my birthday a week on Tuesday.

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  • (a) week this Monday — a ˌweek next/on/this ˈMonday, etc. | a ˌweek toˈmorrow, etc. idiom (BrE) (also a ˌweek from ˈMonday, etc. NAmE …   Useful english dictionary

  • (a) week from Monday — a ˌweek next/on/this ˈMonday, etc. | a ˌweek toˈmorrow, etc. idiom (BrE) (also a ˌweek from ˈMonday, etc. NAmE …   Useful english dictionary

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