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everyday

adjective uk   /ˈev.ri.deɪ/ us  
ordinary, typical, or usual: the everyday lives of ordinary Russian citizens Death was an everyday occurrence during the Civil War.
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in Korean 매일…
in Arabic كُلّ يَوم…
in Portuguese cotidiano…
in Catalan quotidià, corrent…
in Japanese 毎日…
in Italian di tutti i giorni, quotidiano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 日常的, 通常的, 普通的…
in Russian повседневный…
in Turkish hergün…
in Chinese (Simplified) 日常的, 通常的, 普通的…
in Polish codzienny…
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