June written abbreviation Jun


June written abbreviation Jun
noun (C, U) the sixth month of the year, between May and July: in June: My birthday is in June. | last/next June: I finished school last June. | on June 1st (also on 1st June BrE): We met on June 1st. (spoken as: on June the first or on the first of June or (AmE) on June first)

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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