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day in day out

(especially of something boring) done or happening every day for a long period of time (尤指枯燥之事)一天接一天,日复一日 I have to do the same boring jobs day in day out. 我每天都要干这些单调乏味的工作。 Continually and repeatedly
Translations of “day in day out”
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指枯燥之事)一天接一天,日復一日…
(Definition of day in day out from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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