Definition of V-E Day in English:

V-E Day

Pronunciation /viːˈiːdeɪ/

Translate V-E Day into Spanish

noun

  • The day (May 8) marking the Allied victory in Europe in 1945.

    ‘Her journey was to mark the 60th anniversary of VE day, and her ship's company attended numerous ceremonies commemorating the Allied success.’
    • ‘Weeks before the end of the war Mr Martin was given leave and celebrated VE day with the family of his best friend, Stanley, who served in the Navy.’
    • ‘At St Catherine's Residential Care Home in Horwich residents rolled back the years with wartime songs to mark VE day.’
    • ‘He trained with the division in England, and served with it from Normandy to VE day.’
    • ‘Blackburn Cathedral celebrated VE day by hosting a peace concert on Sunday evening.’

Origin

VE, abbreviation of Victory in Europe.