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Translation of "day" - English-Catalan dictionary

day

noun   /deɪ/
A1 a period of 24 hours dia the days of the week I saw her the day before yesterday.
A2 the period during the day when there is light from the sun dia a bright, sunny day
A2 the time that you usually spend at work or school dia It’s been a very busy day at the office. I have a day off (= when I am not at work) tomorrow.
one day
A2 used to talk about something that happened in the past un dia One day, I came home to find my windows smashed.
these days
A2 used to talk about the present period of time avui dia I don’t go out much these days.
for days
B1 for a long time fa dies I haven’t seen Jack for days.
one day/one of these days
B1 used to talk about something you think will happen in the future algun dia/un dia d’aquests One of these days I’ll tell her what really happened.
the other day
B1 a few days ago l’altre dia I saw Terry in the bank the other day.
day after day
every day for a long period of time un dia darrere l’altre Day after day they marched through the mountains.
that’ll be the day
something you say in order to show you think that something is unlikely to happen això caldrà veure-ho
(Definition of day from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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