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English definition of “one of those days”

one of those days

a bad day, full of problems : It's just been one of those days .Difficult situations and unpleasant experiencesAccidents and disasters Grammar:Nowadays, these days or today?We can use nowadays, these days or today as adverbs meaning ‘at the present time, in comparison with the past’:
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