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Meaning of “day-to-day” - Learner’s Dictionary

day-to-day

adjective [always before noun]     /ˌdeɪtəˈdeɪ/
happening every day as a regular part of your job or your life: day-to-day activities/problemsPlain and ordinaryTedious and uninspiring
Translations of “day-to-day”
in Korean 그날 그날의…
in Arabic يَومي…
in Portuguese diário…
in Catalan diari…
in Japanese 日常の, 毎日の…
in Italian quotidiano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 每天的,日常的, 例行的…
in Russian повседневный…
in Turkish günlük, her gün olan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 每天的,日常的, 例行的…
in Polish codzienny…
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