Fortnight | What is the meaning of fortnight?

Fortnight | What is the meaning of fortnight?

In British English, a long period of two weeks or 14 days is usually called a fortnight. You can hardly find the use of the word ‘fortnight’ in American English. 

This word is basically used to indicate that any work will happen 14 days after that day. 

Example of use of this word in sentences –

  • I will come back home after a fortnight.
  • We had a fortnight tour to England. 
  • How much would it cost to book a room for a fortnight? 
  • Will you please meet me a fortnight later? 
  • I will need the book a fortnight later. 

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