day-to-day Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “day-to-day” in the English Dictionary

"day-to-day" in British English

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day-to-dayadjective [before noun]

uk   us   /ˌdeɪ.təˈdeɪ/
C1 happening every ​day as a ​regularpart of ​yourjob or ​life: day-to-day ​problems/​responsibilities
(Definition of day-to-day from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"day-to-day" in American English

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day-to-dayadjective

 /ˈdeɪ·t̬əˈdeɪ/
ordinary and ​regular: Your day-to-day ​responsibilities will ​includesorting the ​mail and making ​appointments.
(Definition of day-to-day from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"day-to-day" in Business English

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day-to-dayadjective [before noun]

uk   us   /ˌdeɪtəˈdeɪ/
happening every day as a ​regularpart of something: Responsibility for the day-to-day ​running of the two ​stores had been ​transferred to ​locallyrecruitedmanagers. Bad ​weather may ​disrupttransport and may affect the ​conduct of ​normal day-to-day ​business. We are in ​touch with our ​clients on a day-to-day ​basis.
(Definition of day-to-day from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “day-to-day”
in Arabic يَومي…
in Korean 그날 그날의…
in Portuguese diário…
in Catalan diari…
in Japanese 日常の, 毎日の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 每天的,日常的, 例行的…
in Turkish günlük, her gün olan…
in Russian повседневный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 每天的,日常的, 例行的…
in Italian quotidiano…
in Polish codzienny…
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