Wordlist: Ireland

 

1. Wordlist

    • Good Friday, Good Fridays(noun)
    • Definition:
      • the Friday before Easter Sunday, believed by Christians to be the day on which Christ was crucified
    • Example:
      • Christians do not eat meat on Good Friday.
    • May Day, May Days(noun)
    • Definition:
      • the first day of May, a spring festival, a celebration of the beginning of the spring and a world-wide workers' holiday
    • Example:
      • Some families go hiking on May Day.
    • Spring Bank Holiday, Spring Bank Holidays(noun)
    • Definition:
      • the last Monday in May when people celebrate spring
    • Example:
      • There will be a huge barbecue next Spring Bank Holiday.
    • Easter Monday, Easter Mondays(noun)
    • Definition:
      • the Monday following Easter Friday
    • Example:
      • On Easter Monday, the family usually attends church.
    • June Bank Holiday, June Bank Holidays(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a public holiday on the first Monday in June
    • Example:
      • The workers are glad that there is June Bank Holiday.
    • Summer Bank Holiday, Summer Bank Holidays(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a public holiday celebrated on the last Monday in August
    • Example:
      • Let's have a party on this year's Summer Bank Holiday.
    • October Bank Holiday, October Bank Holidays(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a public holiday on the last Monday of October
    • Example:
      • Usually, but not always, the October Bank Holiday is the day after the end of Western European Summer Time.
  • Christmas Day
    • Christmas Day, Christmas Days(noun)
    • Definition:
      • the 25th of December, a Christian holiday
    • Example:
      • They celebrate Christmas Day with their family.
    • Boxing Day, Boxing Days(noun)
    • Definition:
      • the day after Christmas Day, December 26th
    • Example:
      • Usually, the family sees their friends on Boxing Day.
  • New Year's Day
    • New Year's Day, New Year's Days(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a legal holiday in many countries to welcome the New Year on January 1
    • Example:
      • After celebrating, they were very tired on New Year's Day.
  • St. Patrick's Day
    • St. Patrick's Day, St. Patrick's Days(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a Roman-Catholic holiday commemorating Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland on the 17th of March
    • Example:
      • All over the world, people celebrate and have parties on St. Patrick's Day.
 

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Summer Bank Holiday
a public holiday celebrated on the last Monday in August
Easter Monday
the Monday following Easter Friday
Spring Bank Holiday
the last Monday in May when people celebrate spring
October Bank Holiday
a public holiday on the last Monday of October
June Bank Holiday
a public holiday on the first Monday in June
Good Friday
the Friday before Easter Sunday, believed by Christians to be the day on which Christ was crucified
Boxing Day
the day after Christmas Day, December 26th
May Day
the first day of May, a spring festival, a celebration of the beginning of the spring and a world-wide workers' holiday
New Year's Day
a legal holiday in many countries to welcome the New Year on January 1
St. Patrick's Day
a Roman-Catholic holiday commemorating Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland on the 17th of March
Christmas Day
the 25th of December, a Christian holiday
 
 
 

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Christmas Day
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St. Patrick's Day
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New Year's Day+2
a legal holiday in many countries to welcome the New Year on January 1
Christmas Day+2
the 25th of December, a Christian holiday
St. Patrick's Day+1
a Roman-Catholic holiday commemorating Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland on the 17th of March
 
 
 
 
 

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