cada domingo

A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used to express frequency or distribution)
a. every Sunday
Adriana tenía un admirador secreto. Alguien le mandaba flores cada domingo.Adriana had a secret admirer. Someone would send her flowers every Sunday.
b. each Sunday
Cada domingo los feligreses se reúnen en la iglesia para el culto.Each Sunday the members of the congregation gather at church for worship.
2. (used to express emphasis)
a. some ... Sundays
Adoro este estadio. ¡Aquí he vivido cada domingo!I love this stadium. I’ve spent some of the best Sundays of my life here!
3. (used to refer to money given to a child)
Regionalism used in Mexico
a. all ... allowance
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
Solía malgastar cada domingo en el tianguis de cómics.I used to waste my allowance at the comic book fair.
b. all ... pocket money (United Kingdom)
Los escuincles se gastan cada domingo en tamarindos.The kids spend all their pocket money on candy.
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