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الإنجليزية - التركية
zafer günü
every day
hergün
valentine's day
sevgililer günü
rainy day
sıkıntılı zaman, dar gün
day and night
gece gündüz

Gece gündüz çok çalışmak zorundaydı. - He had to work hard day and night.

Gece gündüz piyano çalışıyor. - She's practicing the piano day and night.

Memorial Day
anısını kutlama günü
Thanksgiving Day
şükran günü
all day long
bütün gün boyunca
day care
günlük bakım

Tom günlük bakımda Mary'yi düşürdü. - Tom dropped Mary at day care.

Tom günlük bakımda kızını aldı. - Tom picked up his daughter at day care.

day off
izin

Patron hepimize bir günlük izin verdi. - The boss gave us all a day off.

Dün bir gün ücretli izin aldım. - I took a paid day off yesterday.

day room
(isim) dinlenme salonu
day to day
günden güne

Fiyatlar günden güne yükseliyor. - Prices raise from day to day.

Altının fiyatı günden güne değişiyor. - The price of gold varies from day to day.

each day
her gün
every other day
iki günde bir

Araba iki günde bir cilalanır. - The car is waxed every other day.

İki günde bir yürüyüşe giderim. - I go for a walk every other day.

have a nice day
İyi günler
have a nice working day
hayırlı işler
have a nice working day
iyi çalışmalar
independence day
bağımsızlık günü
let's call it a day
bugünlük bu kadar
let's call it a day
paydos
make one's day
sevindirmek
one day
bir gün

Bir günde 500 dolar harcadım. - I've spent 500 dollars in one day.

Bir gün Amerika'ya gitmek istiyorum. - I would like to go to the United States one day.

present day
şimdiki
save the day
günü kurtarmak
some day
günün birinde
take a day off
izin almak

Tom bir günlük izin almak istiyor. - Tom wants to take a day off.

Bir günlük izin almak istiyorum. - I want to take a day off.

twice a day
günde iki kez
whole day
bütün gün
whole day
sabahtan akşama kadar
a day as black as coal
(deyim) kapkara bir gün
alumni day
mezunlar günü
april fool's day
bir nisan
boxing day
noeli izleyen gün
business day
(Ticaret) çalışma günü
cancel my day
tüm randevularımı iptal et
carry the day
üstün gelmek
cold day
soğuk gün
day and night
akşam sabah
day off
izin günü

Yarın benim izin günüm. - Tomorrow is my day off.

Evet yarın benim izin günüm. - Yes, tomorrow is my day off.

day view
(Bilgisayar) gün görünümü
decline of day
akşam üstü
each passing day
her geçen gün
earth day
dünya günü (22 nisan)
ending day
(Bilgisayar) bitiş günü
enjoy the day
gününü gün etmek
every day
gün be gün
every day
gün geçmiyor ki
every passing day
her geçen gün
every single day
gün be gün
family day
soyadı
field day
(Spor) bayramı
for ever and a day
(deyim) sonsuza kadar
for ever and a day
daima
from day to day
günbegün
from day to day
gün be gün
full day
(Turizm) tam gün
have a nice day
iyi çalışmalar
how was your day
günün nasıl geçti
how was your day
günün nasıldı
in this day and age
bugün
in this day and age
bu zamanda
international women's day
dünya kadınlar günü
just another day
sıradan bir gün
labour day
(Ticaret) çalışma günü
leap day
artıkgün
leap day
29 şubat
leisure day visitor
(Turizm) tatil günü ziyaretçisi
next day
(Bilgisayar) sonraki gün
on duty for the day
nöbetçi olmak
one a day
günde bir tane
opening day
açılış günü
per day
günlük

Günlük en az sekiz saat uyumam gerektiğini biliyorum ama genellikle daha az uyuyorum. - I know that I should sleep for at least eight hours per day, however usually I sleep less.

per day
gün başına
post day
(Ticaret) posta günü
present day
günümüzdeki
rest day
istirahat günü
salvage the day
günü kurtarmak
same day
aynı gün
seize the day
anı yaşa
some day
gelecekte
some day or other
günün birinde
some day or other
bir gün
some fine day
günün birinde
some fine day
birgün
some other day
başka bir gün
soup of the day
(Gıda) günün çorbası
teacher's day
öğretmenler günü
this day
bugüne kadar

Onlar bugüne kadar iyi komşulardı. - They have been good neighbors to this day.

this very day
bugün bile
three times a day
günde üç kez
throughout the day
gün boyunca
till the present day
bu zamana dek
tip of the day
(Bilgisayar) günün ipucu
victory day
zafer bayramı
week day
(Ticaret) adi gün
wet day
(Meteoroloji) yağmurlu gün
which day
kaçıncı gün
winter day
kış günü
working day
(Ticaret) adi gün
day after day
devamlı
day after day
günden güne

Ken günden güne yüzmeye gider. - Ken goes swimming day after day.

Günden güne çok çalıştım. - I worked hard day after day.

day after day
sürekli

Sürekli yağmur yağdı. - It rained day after day.

day by day
günden güne

Hava günden güne soğuyor. - It is getting colder day by day.

Hava günden güne soğudu. - It got colder day by day.

day by day
günbegün
day in and day out
hergün
day in day out
her Allahın günü
day in day out
hergün
day in day out
sürekli
day-to-day
her günkü
day-to-day
günlük

Hayatın günlük rutininden usandım. - I am tired of the day-to-day routine of life.

day-to-day market
günlük para piyasası
day-to-day money
günlük ödenen para
from day to day
günden güne
Valentine´s Day/St. Valentine´s Day
(on dört şubata rastlayan) Sevgililer Günü
following day, next-day
ertesi gün, ertesi gün
all day and every day
(deyim) hic bir degisiklik olmadan,devamli olarak
day after day
her gün, günlerce
day after day
günler sonra
day in day out
her gün
day to day
her günkü
day to day
günlük
day to day money
gündelik
day to day money
yevmiye
day to day pronouncemenets
günü gününe açıklama
mobilization day (unnamed day on which mobilization of forces begins)
(Askeri) seferberlik günü (kuvvetlerin seferberliğinin başladığı adlandırılmamış gün)
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
day on which a final victory victory takes place (i.e. VE Day)
the day of a victory
90-day wonder
Newly-commissioned graduate of Officer Candidate School or Direct Commissioning program
90-day wonders
plural form of 90-day wonder
ANZAC Day
25th April, a public holiday in Australia and New Zealand to commemorate the sacrifices made by members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps
Absolution day
: tuesday before Easter
All Fools' Day
April 1, a day when practical jokes are traditionally played
All Hallows' Day
A Christian feast day, 1st November, honouring the saints; the day after Halloween
All Saints Day
the Christian festival, held November 1, that commemorates all the saints (especially, in many churches, those who have died in the preceding year)
All Saints' Day
In Christian tradition, the annual feast day celebrating the life of all saints on the first day of November
All Souls' Day
In Christian tradition, the annual feast day celebrating the life of all the faithful departed on the second day of November
Anzac Day
April 25th, a public holiday in Australia and New Zealand honouring the war dead from those countries
April Fool's Day
Alternative spelling of April Fools' Day
April Fools' Day
The first day in April, when tricks and practical jokes are traditionally played
Arbor Day
The national holiday celebrated by planting a tree; the last Friday in April
Ascension Day
The fortieth day of Easter, that is the Thursday 39 days after Easter
Australia Day
26th January, Australia's National Day in commemoration of the foundation of the first settlement in 1788
Bastille Day
The French national holiday celebrated on 14 July each year. It commemorates the 1790 Fête de la Fédération, held on the first anniversary of the storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789; the Fête de la Fédération was seen as a symbol of the uprising of the modern French "nation"
Boxing Day
The day after Christmas, December 26th
Buddha Day
A Buddhist holiday celebrating the birth, enlightenment, and passing of the Buddha
Canada Day
A Canadian statutory holiday celebrating the country's creation in 1867, celebrated each year on July 1st
Christmas Day
the day on which Christmas is celebrated. Usually held on December 25 in the West, and January 7 in some Eastern Orthodox churches
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The major denomination of the Latter Day Saint movement, founded in the United States by Joseph Smith; the Mormon Church
Columbus Day
A US national holiday celebrated on the second Monday in October, for Christopher Columbus' discovery
D-Day
June 6, 1944, the date during World War II when the Allies invaded western Europe
D-Day
The date of any major event planned for the future
Day
A Mbum-Day language of Chad
Day
An English surname from day as a word for a "day-servant", an archaic term for a day-laborer.Ernest Weekley, The Romance of Words (1927), p. 165. ,or from given names such as Dagr, Daug, Dege, and Dey, cognate with Scandinavian Dag.Susa Young Gates, Surname Book and Racial History (1918) p. 289
Day
An Irish surname anglicised from Ó Deághaidh (“descendant of a person named Good Luck”)
Day
A patronymic surname derived from a medieval diminutive of David. at Ancestor Search
Day of Atonement
Yom Kippur
Day-Glo
A luminous paint that glows in a variety of brilliant colours though most commonly red or orange; used especially for outdoor advertising
Dyngus Day
a name for Easter Monday observed by Polish descendants in English-speaking countries
E-day
The day on which the euro became the official currency in much of Europe — 1st January 2002
Earth Day
April 22; Created in 1970, global day of observance of the need to protect the earth
Earth Day
March 21st
Easter Day
Easter Sunday, Easter
Election Day
The day on which general elections are held in the United States; the Tuesday following the first Monday in November
Father's Day
A holiday in celebration of fatherhood, or to honor fathers, celebrated on the third Sunday of June in most of the world's countries. See Wikipedia: Father's Day: Dates
Flag Day
A day commemorating the adoption of a national flag

US June 14, for the adoption of the US flag in 1777.

Groundhog Day
A situation in which undesirable events appear to be repeating themselves in a cyclical fashion
Groundhog Day
An annual festival held in Canada and the USA on February 2 in which the arrival time of the spring season is predicted by whether or not a certain groundhog can see its shadow or not
Inauguration Day
The day on which a President and a Vice-President of the United States takes office, now on January 20 after a Presidential election, before 1936 on March 4
Independence Day
An annual celebration commemorating the anniversary of a nation's assumption of independent statehood
Independence Day
A holiday celebrated in the United States commemorating the country's independence from England, celebrated each year on the 4th of July
Labor Day
Annual holiday held May 1 to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers
Labor Day
The holiday marking the unofficial end of summer, held on the first Monday in September
Lady Day
25th March, an English quarter day
Lady Day
25th March, Christian holy day, the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary
Latter Day Saint
A member of any of the several Latter Day Saint denominations which descend from the church founded by Joseph Smith, Jr
Latter Day Saints
plural form of Latter Day Saint
Latter-day Saint
Of, or pertaining to, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Latter-day Saint
A member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Latter-day Saints
plural form of Latter-day Saint
M-day
mobilization day. The day on which mobilization commences
May Day
The first day of May, the traditional day for pagan fertility rites
May Day
The first day of May, a world-wide workers' holiday
May Day
The first day of May, a spring festival, a celebration of the beginning of the spring
Memorial Day
A United States federal holiday that is observed on the final Monday of May
Midsummer Day
24th June, an English quarter day
Mother's Day
A day in honor of mothers, which falls on the second Sunday in May in the United States, and on the fourth Sunday of Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday, in the United Kingdom and Ireland
Mumping Day
December 21st, St. Thomas's Day, a day for begging before Christmas
National Day
A day marking a country's establishment as a sovereign entity, typically a celebration of its independence, revolution or former ruler
New Year's Day
A legal holiday in many countries to welcome the New Year of the Gregorian calendar on January 1
Opposite Day
A contrived but popular holiday on which everything is done backwards
POETS day
Friday, the last day of the working week
Paddy's Day
Saint Patrick's Day
Pancake Day
Shrove Tuesday
Picrous Day
A festival formerly celebrated by the tin miners of Cornwall on the second Thursday before Christmas
Pioneer Day
A Utah state holiday celebrating the arrival of Mormon pioneers in what would become Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1847
Poppy Day
Remembrance Day
Presidents' Day
Washington's Birthday, a federal holiday in the USA celebrated on the third Monday of February
Red Nose Day
A day, usually every other year, on which the Comic Relief organisation encourages the public to engage in fundraising for charity
Remembrance Day
The Sunday closest to November 11, observed in commemoration of the fallen in the two World Wars
Remembrance Day
November 11, a federal holiday observed in commemoration of the fallen in the two World Wars and the Korean War
Rizal Day
A holiday celebrated on December 30 in the Philippines in honor of the death of a hero named José Rizal who was killed on December 30, 1896
Rome wasn't built in a day
It takes a long time to create something complicated or impressive
Sabba-day
Saturday
Sabba-day
the Sabbath
Sabbath-day
The day of the Sabbath; Saturday
Saint Andrew's Day
The feast day of Saint Andrew|Saint Andrew]], patron saint of Scotland, celbrated in Scotland on November 30
Saint David's Day
The feast day of Saint David|Saint David]], patron saint of Wales, celebrated in Wales on March 1
Saint Patrick's Day
Alternative form of St. Patrick's Day
Saint Valentine's Day
A holiday in remembrance of Saint Valentine, February 14th, celebrated by sending cards or similar tokens of love
Scarlet Day
A religiously or academically significant day; one on which festal academic dress should be worn
Seven Sleepers Day
In Germany, June 27 is Siebenschläfertag (Seven Sleepers Day). The weather on that day is supposed to determine the average weather of the next seven weeks
Seventh-day Adventism
A Christian denomination founded by Ellen White, emphasizing Sabbath observance, healthy diet, and the soon return of Jesus Christ
Seventh-day Adventist Church
A Protestant Christian denomination that observes Saturday as the Sabbath
St. George's Day
The saint’s day of Saint George, the patron saint of England, on April 23rd
St. Patrick's Day
A Roman Catholic holiday commemorating Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland on 17th March
St. Stephen's Day
A Christian holiday falling immediately after Christmas (on December 26 in the Western Church and on December 27 in the Eastern Orthodox Church)
St. Valentine's Day
alternative spelling of Saint Valentine's Day
T-Day
Thanksgiving Day (or, humorously, Turkey Day)
T-Day
Training Expansion Day; the effective day coincident with Presidential declaration of national emergency and authorization of partial mobilization (not more than 1,000,000 personnel exclusive of the 200,000 callup)
Thanksgiving Day
A holiday, originally to give thanks to God and to commemorate the feast held by the Pilgrim colonists, celebrated annually on the fourth Thursday of November
Thanksgiving Day
A holiday, originally to give thanks to God for the harvest, celebrated annually on the second Monday of October
Turkey Day
Thanksgiving; an American holiday celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November
VE Day
Victory in Europe day; the day marking the end of the Second World War in Europe, the 8th of May, 1945
VJ Day
Victory over Japan day, being 15 August 1945, or in the US 14 August 1945, the day after Japanese forces surrendered in World War II
VP Day
Victory in the Pacific day, being 15 August 1945, the day after Japanese forces surrendered in World War II
Valentine's Day
Saint Valentine's Day
Veterans Day
The United States national holiday in honor of veterans past and present
Victoria Day
A holiday commemorating the birthdays of Queen Victoria and the reigning monarch of Canada, falling on the last Monday before May 25
Victory Day
A common name of many different public holidays in various countries to commemorate victories in important battles or wars in the countries' history
Waitangi Day
The national day of New Zealand and public holiday held each year on February 6 to celebrate the 1840 signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand's founding document. The Treaty made New Zealand a part of the British Empire, guaranteed Māori rights to their land and gave Māori the rights of British citizens
Wren Day
A celebration on December 26 where people, especially boys, hunt a fake wren
Zumbi Day
November 20, the day of Zumbi's celebration. Usually only celebrated in Rio de Janeiro
a cold day in Hell
An event that will never happen

Yea, that will happen if it is a cold day in hell.

a day late and a dollar short
Action that was taken too late and too feeble to be of any use
a stopped clock is right twice a day
A normally unreliable person or instrument can occasionally provide correct information, even if only by accident
ahemeral day
A light-dark cycle that has more or less than 24 hours created artificially for testing the rhythms of organisms
all in a day's work
A nonchalant dismissal of a significant accomplishment
all-day
Lasting throughout the whole day

an all-day event.

all-day sucker
An extra-large lollipop
an apple a day
Healthy eating and living using traditional temperate-zone fresh foods
an apple a day keeps the doctor away
Apples are healthy and stave off illness
an apple a day keeps the doctor away
Eat healthy and you won't get sick
as the day is long
Unceasingly; very; thoroughly; to a very high degree

He is direct, honest as the day is long, hard-working and a good lad to have around..

at the end of the day
In summary; ultimately

At the end of the day, it is commodities that will have the biggest impact on the Canadian dollar over the next year.

back in the day
In the past; at one time, especially a time which is fondly remembered
bad hair day
A day when one's hair seems unmanageable
bad hair day
A day when several things seems to be unmanageable or go wrong

What's the matter with Fred, he's criticising? Oh, he's just having a bad hair day.

banyan day
In British naval tradition, this originally referred to a day of the week when galley kitchens served no meat on board ship
banyan day
In modern usage it refers to a picnic or cookout for the ship's crew
beginning of day
The time that a project is scheduled to start
boxing day
the day or days following Christmas (December 25th) where stores have large reductions
business day
An official working day
call it a day
To cease the activity for the day
call it a day
To retire
dawn of a new day
A new beginning; a fresh start; an important, promising turning point

It’s the dawn of a new day—a new era, even—for the Queens Chamber of Commerce.

day
Part of a day period between sunrise and sunset where one enjoys daylight, daytime
day
Rotational period of a planet (especially earth)
day
A period of 24 hours
day
The part of a day period which one spends at one’s job, school, etc
day
The period from midnight to the following midnight. There are 7 days in a week: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
day after tomorrow
day and age
A time period of years or more
day and night
Opposite; completely different
day and night
all the time; round the clock; unceasingly
day bed
Alternative spelling of daybed. A bed or sofa used specially for daytime
day beds
plural form of day bed
day before yesterday
day blindness
The inability to see clearly in bright light; hemeralopia
day boy
A male day pupil
day boys
plural form of day boy
day care center
A nursery for the supervision of preschool children while the parents work. Generally more entertaining and less educational than a preschool, but with longer hours of operation
day count convention
A convention on how interest accrues over time for a variety of investments, including bonds, notes, loans, medium-term notes, swaps, and FRAs
day for night
In the daytime, with a blue filter, causing the scene to look as if it were shot in moonlight

The Sandcrawler scene in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope was shot day for night.

day for night
A cinematographic technique in which a crew films in a high-contrast situation, typically in the early morning or late afternoon, with a blue filter, causing the scene to look as if it were shot in moonlight
day in the sun
A time of glory or ascendancy
day in, day out
Every day; daily; constantly or continuously; especially, of something that has become routine or monotonous

Even if you like peanut butter sandwiches, eating the same sandwiches day in, day out will get old.

day job
One's main mean of income, during the daytime
day labor
Work done where the worker is hired and paid one day at a time, with no promise that more work will be available in the future
day laborer
A laborer who is is hired and paid one day at a time, with no promise that more work will be available in the future
day laborers
plural form of day laborer
day late, dollar short
Shortened form of a day late and a dollar short
day of reckoning
is the final and eternal judgment by God of all nations
day of reckoning
Any time or event at which responsibility will be assigned
day off
a day of vacation; a day when one does not attend work, school etc

Tuesday is my day off.

day one
The very beginning

I've been with this project since day one.

day out
An excursion, returning home on the same day

A visit to the Science Museum in London will be a day out to remember.

day packs
plural form of day pack
day pupil
a student who attends a boarding school but does not board there, continuing to live at home
day pupils
plural form of day pupil
day rooms
plural form of day room
day shift
Regularly scheduled work during daylight hours, especially 8AM to 4PM
day sign
Any of 20 glyphs used, along with a number from 1 to 13, in traditional Mesoamerican calendars to identify their 260 days
day signs
plural form of day sign
day trips
plural form of day trip
day-after recall test
A method of advertising research measuring the percentage of people who remember seeing an advertisement the day after it was shown on television

The day-after recall test is one of the original forms of advertising research but few people still use it because the data and analysis is limited.

day-blind
Unable to see clearly in bright light; hemeralopic
day-nighter
a limited overs cricket match that starts in the afternoon and continues into the evening under floodlights
day-to-day
Ordinary, monotonous routine; that which is usual or mundane

People come here to escape the day-to-day.

day-to-day
On a daily basis

The cost of gasoline is determined day-to-day.

day-to-day
Subject to daily redetermination

He has an ankle sprain and his status is day-to-day.

day-to-day
Ordinary or mundane

One has to deal with the day-to-day chores.

day-to-day
Happening every day

I would like to know about the day-to-day workings of the business.

day-tripper
Someone who takes a day trip
degree day
A unit used in estimating the fuel consumption for a building; equal to the number of degrees that the mean temperature, for a 24-hour day, is below the base temperature, often 65F
degree day
A measure of heating or cooling, computed as the integral of a function of time that generally varies with temperature
degree-day
Alternative form of degree day
ditch day
A day on which a group of students, generally the senior class, leaves the campus and its responsibilities for a day
ditch day
A tradition in which Caltech seniors leave the campus for the day and underclassmen (all considered frosh regardless of actual year) attempt to break into their stacks

Ditch Day is tomorrow, frosh.

dog day
A day in late summer

August 24, 1993 was the first day of the new school year at Cedar City High School. The day dawned sunny and steamy, promising another dog day in southern Ohio.

don't give up your day job
Used to criticise a person's talent (especially musical, singing or acting,) implying that they could not earn a living from it without other regular employment
don't quit your day job
Alternative form of don't give up your day job
duvet day
A day spent at home, ostensibly in bed, and sanctioned by one's employer/school, when one is feeling stressed or fragile

The news server at Demon has decided to have a duvet day today.

early day motion
A formal motion submitted for debate in the House of Commons
end of day
The period when banking transactions are cleared
end of day
The time when a project should be completed; e.g. 5 pm
every day is a school day
You learn something new every day
every dog has its day
Everyone has a time of success and satisfaction
feast day
a day allocated to a particular saint
feast-day
Attributive form of feast day

feast-day celebration.

field day
A parade day
field day
A great time or a great deal to do

They went to the park and had a field day playing on the swings.

field day
Top-to-bottom all-hands cleaning
field day
A school day for athletic events; a sports day
field day
A day of class taken away from school for a field trip
field day
A great time or a great deal to do, at somebody else's expense

The scandal was a field day for the press.

first day cover
a letter or card with new stamp, posted on the day that the stamp was first issued
flag day
A change which is neither forward nor backward compatible
flag day
A day designated for changing to an incompatible system
flag day
A day on which a registered charity raises money, usually by selling small lapel flags
forever and a day
For a very long or seemingly endless time

I'll love you forever and a day.

g'day
Denotes the end of a radio transmission

Golf Golf Whiskey Golf, cleared the ILS runway one two, contact Sault Tower on one one eight decimal eight, g'day.

g'day
hi, hello
gag-a-day
Providing humor in each day's strip, without a plot connecting the various days' respective strips
give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed h
It is more worthwhile to teach someone to do something, than to do something for them
give the time of day
To acknowledge somebody; to give somebody any respect or attention

If he doesn't think you are rich enough, he won't even give you the time of day.

good day
A somewhat formal greeting generally used between sunrise and sunset
good day
A dismissal
have a nice day
Goodbye
have had one's day
Alternative form of have seen one's day
have seen one's day
To be at the point in a life cycle or career of no longer being useful or effective; to be worn-out

Written off by most observers as a champion who had seen his day, the Sampras who stalked the courts as world number one for six straight years in the 1990s rose from the ashes to add to his lustre with a record-setting 14th Grand Slam title.

hump day
Wednesday
in this day and age
In the current time period of years
judgement day
The Last Judgment, Final Judgment, final trial of all humankind, both the living and dead by God expected to take place at the end of the world, when each is rewarded or punished according to his or her merits
judgment day
Alternative spelling of judgement day; the day when everything is to be judged
judicial day
A day on which a court is open
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف v-day في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

day-rate
(Turizm) gündüz tarifesi
v-day

    النطق

    فيديوهات

    ... doing three shows a night, all day long going to radio ...
    ... day, just to figure out who's watching, how ...

    كلمة اليوم

    logogram
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