day

listen to the pronunciation of day
English - Turkish
gün

Ve onu üç günde tekrar kaldıracağım. - And I will raise it again in three days.

İyi günler, nasılsın? - Good day, how are you?

parlak günler
gündüz

Benim kuralım her zaman gündüz günün işini yapmaktı. - My rule always was to do the business of the day in the day.

Tom ve Mary gece ve gündüz kadar farklı. - Tom and Mary are as different as night and day.

dönem
başarı/ün yılları
çağ

Çağının en iyi yazarı olarak görülüyordu. - He was regarded as the greatest writer of the day.

Geçen gün ondan bir çağrı aldım. - The other day, I got a call from her.

zaman

Zamana ayak uydurabileyim diye her gün gazete okurum. - I read a newspaper every day so that I may keep up with the time.

O şarkıyı duyduğum her zaman,lise günlerimi düşünürüm. - Every time I hear that song, I think of my high school days.

çalışma süresi
day school derslerin gün
day nursery gündüz bakımevi
day laborer gündelikçi
day out her gün
day labor gündelik iş
day camp gündüz kampı
{i} gün: the second day of the month
{i} gündüz: We've been working night and day on this project. Bu proje üzerinde gece gündüz çalışıyoruz
day by day günden güne
kreş

Tom'u kreşte indirdim. - I dropped Tom off at daycare.

Gidip çocuğumu kreşten alacağım. - I will go and pick up my child from daycare.

yevm
gününde

Keşif, 1896 yılında sıcak bir Ağustos gününde gerçekleşti. - The discovery took place on a warm August day in 1896.

Tom yetmişinci doğum gününden sadece bir gün sonra öldü. - Tom died just one day after his seventieth birthday.

daily
gündelik
daily
günlük

Günlük yaşantından memnun musun? - Are you satisfied with your daily life?

Bana günlük yaşantından bahset. - Tell me about your daily life.

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.

day care
günlük bakım

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

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

day off
izin

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

Ofisin yarısı izin aldı. - Half the office took a day off.

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

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

Tom'un ruh hali günden güne gözle görülür bir biçimde değişiyor. - Tom's mood changes markedly from day to day.

day and night
akşam sabah
day off
izin günü

Yarın benim izin günüm. - Tomorrow's my day off.

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

day view
(Bilgisayar) gün görünümü
day after day
devamlı
day after day
günden güne

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

Hava günden güne ılıyor. - It becomes warmer day after day.

day after day
sürekli

Sürekli yağmur yağdı. - It rained day after day.

day airglow
gün aydınlığı
day and night
sabah akşam
day book
günlük
day by day
günden güne

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

Günden güne hava soğuyor. - It's getting cooler day by day.

day by day
günbegün
day care center
günlük bakım merkezi
day drift
aydınlık bacası
day in and day out
hergün
day in day out
hergün
day in day out
her Allahın günü
day in day out
sürekli
day labor
gündelik iş
day laborer
gündelikçi
day letter
adi telgraf
day loan
günlük kredi
day nursery
kreş
day of application
başvuru tarihi
day of death
ölüm günü
day of judgment
kıyamet günü
day of payment
ödeme günü
day of reckoning
hesap günü
day of reckoning
kıyamet günü
day of remembrance
günün anısı
day off
günün sonu
day order
günlük sipariş
day out
her gün

Tom her gün aynı yemeği yer. - Tom eats the same food day in and day out.

O her gün Minecraft oynar. - He plays Minecraft day in, day out.

day school
gündüz okulu
day school
gündüzlü okul
day shift
gündüz postası
day shift
gündüz vardiyası

Tom bu ay gündüz vardiyasında. - Tom is on the day shift this month.

day student
gündüzlü öğrenci
day's wage
gündelik
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
day a
gün
day after
gün sonra
day bed
divan
day before yesterday
evvelsi gün
day book
gün kitap
day care
Çalışan ailelerin günlük bakım için çocuklarını bıraktıkları bakım merkezi, kreş
day care center
Çalışan ailelerin günlük bakım için çocuklarını bıraktıkları bakım merkezi, kreş
day dream
gün rüya
day glo
gün glo
day job
günlük iş
day labourer
gün işçi
day light
gün ışığı
day lily
gün zambak
day long
Gün boyu
day maid
gün hizmetçi
day of
Günün
day of dead
ölülerin günü
day of the week
haftanın günü
day on
Çalışma günü, iş günü
day one
günden
day phone
gün telefon
day release
gün serbest
day trader
gün tüccar
day walker
gündüz yürüyen
day wear
gün giymek
day-care
Gündüz bakımı, gün içinde yapılan bakım
day-net
günlük net
day-return
Düşük fiyatlı bir günlük gidiş-dönüş bileti
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
days
günler

Bu günleri nasıl unutabilirim? - How can I forget those days?

Bu albümü, okul günlerimi hatırlamadan asla göremem. - I never see this album without remembering my school days.

daily
{f} günlük olarak

Bana günlük olarak hangi ilacı aldığını söyler misin? - Can you tell me which medication are you taking daily?

Günlük olarak egzersiz yapmak son derece önemlidir. - It is extremely important to exercise daily.

Daily
{i} günlük yardım
daily
günden güne
daily
rızk
daily
gündelikçi/günlük gazete
daily
geçim
daily
yevmi
daily
daily double at yarışlalarında çifte bahis
daily
(adj.) günlük
daily
maişet
daily
adv.günlük olarak: adj.günlük,günlük
daily
her gün

Her gün İngilizce konuşuyorum. - I speak English daily.

Trafik kazaları her gün olur. - Traffic accidents happen daily.

daily
hergün
daily
günlük gazete

Bu bir günlük gazetedir. - This is a daily newspaper.

Hikaye tüm günlük gazetelerdeydi. - The story was in all daily newspapers.

daily
gündelikçi (hizmetçi)
daily
güncel
day after day
biteviye
day after day
her gün

Köpek her gün sahibinin dönüşünü bekledi. - The dog waited day after day for its master's return.

Haziranda her gün yağmur yağar. - In June, it rains day after day.

day after day
(deyim) üst üste

Onlar üst üste her gün çalıştılar. - They labored day after day.

day dream
hayal kurmak
day dream
(deyim) hayal
from day to day
günbegün
from day to day
gün be gün
daily
(pazar hariç) her gün çıkan gazete
days
yaşam

Öz yaşam öyküsünde, defalarca mutsuz okul günlerinden bahsediyor. - In his autobiography, he repeatedly refers to his unhappy school days.

Doktor hastanın yaşamak için sadece birkaç günü olduğunu vurguladı. - The doctor emphasized that the patient only had a few days to live.

from day to day
günden güne
Days
günlk
Valentine´s Day/St. Valentine´s Day
(on dört şubata rastlayan) Sevgililer Günü
day after day
gün geçtikçe
day out
gün dışarı
day trip
günlük gezi
following day, next-day
ertesi gün, ertesi gün
the day
gün
Day time
(isim) Gündüz
all day and every day
(deyim) hic bir degisiklik olmadan,devamli olarak
daily
{s} gündelik, günlük. z. her gün
daily
her geçen gün
daily
{i} gündelik gazete
daily
{i} İng. gündelikçi (hizmetçi)
daily
gündelikçi daily bread günlük ekmek
days
yaşam/gün
days
gündüzleri
days
eyyam
mobilization day (unnamed day on which mobilization of forces begins)
(Askeri) seferberlik günü (kuvvetlerin seferberliğinin başladığı adlandırılmamış gün)
English - English
An Irish surname anglicised from Ó Deághaidh (“descendant of a person named Good Luck”)
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
A patronymic surname derived from a medieval diminutive of David. at Ancestor Search
A Mbum-Day language of Chad
Rotational period of a planet (especially earth)
A period of 24 hours
The part of a day period which one spends at one’s job, school, etc
Part of a day period between sunrise and sunset where one enjoys daylight, daytime
The period from midnight to the following midnight. There are 7 days in a week: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
{n} time from sunrise to its setting, 24 hours
the recurring hours when you are not sleeping (especially those when you are working); "my day began early this morning"; "it was a busy day on the stock exchange"; "she called it a day and went to bed"
A 24-hour period of time that begins at midnight and ends at midnight
If you say that something has seen better days, you mean that it is old and in poor condition. The tweed jacket she wore had seen better days
Considered a basic unit of time as defined by the earth's motion It represents the time needed for one complete revolution of the earth about its own axis Also know as a sidereal day, it is approximately equal to 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4 09 seconds
weekday this past week monday 1, 5, 7
If you say that something happened the other day, you mean that it happened a few days ago. I phoned your office the other day
If you say that something has had its day, you mean that the period during which it was most successful or popular has now passed. Beat music may finally have had its day
Thus, if this is the sun, the day (the interval between two successive transits of the sun's center over the same meridian) is called a solar day; if it is a star, a sidereal day; if it is the moon, a lunar day
the time for one complete rotation of the earth relative to a particular star, about 4 minutes shorter than a mean solar day
The time of light, or interval between one night and the next; the time between sunrise and sunset, or from dawn to darkness; hence, the light; sunshine
amount of time it takes the Earth to spin around exactly once -- "someone to take care of her plants for eight weeks and one day" (226)
a day assigned to a particular purpose or observance; "Mother's Day"
If someone carries the day, they are the winner in a contest such as a battle, debate, or sporting competition. For the time being, the liberals seem to have carried the day
Means calendar day unless otherwise indicated as school day or business day
means calendar day, unless otherwise specified [HRO Part 3, Chapter 1, Discipline and Adverse Actions]
A twenty-four hour period between midnight and midnight; regardless of whether or not it occurs on a weekend or holiday; it is a calendar day unless otherwise specified
is a 24 hour period starting at 12: 01 A M Central Standard Time
the period of time taken by a particular planet (e g Mars) to make a complete rotation on its axis; "how long is a day on Jupiter?"
To this day means up until and including the present time. To this day young Zulu boys practise fighting
If something happens from day to day or day by day, it happens each day. Your needs can differ from day to day I live for the moment, day by day, not for the past
Day in which class meets
Classes may be held on any day, and the abbreviations within Medici for days of the week are as follows: M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday
The duration of one rotation of the Earth on its axis There are several kinds of day, depending on the object or location of the reference point See constituent day, lunar day, solar day
means, for the purpose of complying with the service requirements of this part, eight hours of watchstanding or day-working not to include overtime On vessels where a 12 hour working day is authorized and practiced, such as on a six-on, six-off watch schedule, each work day may be creditable as one and one half days of service On vessels of less than 100 gross tons, a day is considered as eight hours unless the Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection determines that the vessel's operating schedule makes this criteria inappropriate, in no case will this period be less than four hours
If it is a month or a year to the day since a particular thing happened, it is exactly a month or a year since it happened. It was January 19, a year to the day since he had arrived in Singapore
means a regularly scheduled business day as established by the County Commissioners, on which the County office building is open for business
Day is the time when it is light, or the time when you are up and doing things. 27 million working days are lost each year due to work accidents and sickness He arranged for me to go down to London one day a week The snack bar is open during the day. night
Calendar day If the last day of a specific time period is a Saturday, Sunday, university holiday, or during a university break period, the time period is extended to 5: 00 p m of the next day that is not a Saturday, Sunday, university holiday, or break day In cases of faculty and other employees appointed on an academic year basis (nine-month basis), day does not include summer, mid-semester, semester, and other similar break periods
If you say that a task is all in a day's work for someone, you mean that they do not mind doing it although it may be difficult, because it is part of their job or because they often do it. For war reporters, dodging snipers' bullets is all in a day's work
24 hours, the time it takes the Earth to spin once on its axis
The period of the earth's revolution on its axis
an era of existence or influence; "in the day of the dinosaurs"; "in the days of the Roman Empire"; "in the days of sailing ships"; "he was a successful pianist in his day
Those hours, or the daily recurring period, allotted by usage or law for work
If someone or something saves the day in a situation which seems likely to fail, they manage to make it successful. this story about how he saved the day at his daughter's birthday party
It is measured by the interval between two successive transits of a celestial body over the same meridian, and takes a specific name from that of the body
In this day and age means in modern times. Even in this day and age the old attitudes persist
The day of the month on which the data element was observed Range of values is 01-31 LST Will always begin with day 01 and end with day 31
the time after sunrise and before sunset while it is light outside; "the dawn turned night into day"; "it is easier to make the repairs in the daytime"
(a) Calendar day (b) If the deadline for the Secretary to issue a certificate, determination,or other document, or for an Agency to take Agency Action, or for any Agency or Person to file comments, notices, or review documents in accordance with MEPA and 301 CMR 11 00 falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday,the deadline shall be considered to fall on the next business day
One day or some day or one of these days means at some time in the future. I too dreamed of living in London one day I hope some day you will find the woman who will make you happy
If you call it a day, you decide to stop what you are doing because you are tired of it or because it is not successful. Faced with mounting debts, the decision to call it a day was inevitable
A day order, as the name suggests is an order which is valid for the day on which it is entered If the order is not matched during the day, the order gets cancelled automatically at the end of the trading day
If something happens day after day, it happens every day without stopping. The newspaper job had me doing the same thing day after day
A day is one of the seven twenty-four hour periods of time in a week
You can refer to a particular period in history as a particular day or as particular days. He began to talk about the Ukraine of his uncle's day She is doing just fine these days
United States writer best known for his autobiographical works (1874-1935) a period of opportunity; "he deserves his day in court"; "every dog has his day"
the period of time taken by a particular planet e
See Civil day, Sidereal day, below
{s} pertaining to the period between sunrise and sunset
some point or period in time; "it should arrive any day now"; "after that day she never trusted him again"; "those were the days"; "these days it is not unusual"
a period of opportunity; "he deserves his day in court"; "every dog has his day"
A day is the period of time between any midnight and the midnight following
your day in court: see court it's early days: see early at the end of the day: see end late in the day: see late someone's days are numbered: see number the good old days: see old. American printer and journalist who founded the first penny newspaper, the New York Sun (1833). His son Benjamin (1838-1916) invented the Ben Day process for shading printed illustrations. American writer best known for his autobiographical Life with Father (1935) and Life with Mother (published 1937). American journalist and reformer who cofounded the Catholic Worker in 1933 to promote pacifism and social justice. English-born colonist who was the first printer in New England. His Bay Psalm Book appeared in 1640. Time required for a celestial body to turn once on its axis; especially, the period of the Earth's rotation. The sidereal day (see sidereal period) is the time required for the Earth to rotate once relative to the background of the stars (i.e., the time between two observed passages of a star over the same meridian of longitude). The apparent solar day is the time between two successive transits of the Sun over the same meridian. Because the orbital motion of the Earth makes the Sun seem to move slightly eastward each day relative to the stars, the solar day is about four minutes longer than the sidereal day. The mean solar day is the average value of the solar day, which changes slightly in length during the year as the Earth's speed in its orbit varies. day lily All Saints' Day All Souls' Day April Fools' Day All Fools' Day Canada Day Dominion Day D Day Day Doris Day Dorothy Day Lewis Cecil Groundhog Day Hershey Alfred Day Independence Day John Day Fossil Beds National Monument Judgment Day of Labor Day May Day Memorial Day Decoration Day Mother's Day and Father's Day New Year's Day O'Connor Sandra Day Sandra Day Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre of Six Day War Thanksgiving Day Valentine's Day Veterans Day Day of Atonement Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Holocaust Remembrance days Hundred Days July Days June Days Seven Days' Battles
Mars to make a complete rotation on its axis; "how long is a day on Jupiter?" an era of existence or influence; "in the day of the dinosaurs"; "in the days of the Roman Empire"; "in the days of sailing ships"; "he was a successful pianist in his day
defined as calendar day unless otherwise specified
Mars to make a complete rotation on its axis; "how long is a day on Jupiter?"
dzien [JYEN] The dz sound in this word is the affricate "g" in "gem " It's ubiquity is marked by the phrase Dzien dobry--"Good day" or "Hello " Date of entry: 14 May 2000
A specified time or period; time, considered with reference to the existence or prominence of a person or thing; age; time
The part of a day period which one spends at one's job, school, etc
The ESP logical schedule day which is from 7am until 7am the next day Note: the System date will change at midnight
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
day and age
A time period of years or more
day and night
all the time; round the clock; unceasingly
day and night
Opposite; completely different
day bed
Alternative spelling of daybed. A bed or sofa used specially for daytime
day beds
plural form of day bed
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
Any time or event at which responsibility will be assigned
day of reckoning
is the final and eternal judgment by God of all nations
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
Happening every day

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

day-to-day
Ordinary or mundane

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

day-tripper
Someone who takes a day trip
day-man
a day-laborer
Day of the Dead
November 1 and November 2 collectively, celebrated concurrently with All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day in Mexico and parts of Central America in commemoration of the dead. Also called Día de los Muertos
day book
The daily written record of events (as arrests) in a police station; (synonym) blotter, police blotter, rap sheet, charge sheet
day care
Day care or child care is care of a child during the day by a person other than the child's parents or legal guardians, typically someone outside the child's immediate family. The service is known as child care in the United Kingdom and Australia and day care in America. Child care or day care is provided in nurseries or creches or by childminders caring for children in their own homes
day return
A ticket at a reduced rate for a return journey on public transport in one day
day-care centre
(also day centre) A place providing care and recreation facilities for those who cannot be fully independent
day-return
A reduced fare for a journey (by train, etc.) travelling both ways in one day
day after day
every day, each day
day after day
for an indefinite number of successive days
day after day and year after year
endlessly, without pause
day by day
gradually and progressively; "his health weakened day by day"
day by day
each day, every day
day in and day out
without respite; "he plays chess day in and day out
day in day out
every day, daily, day after day
day in day out
for an indefinite number of successive days
day to day
happening on a daily basis, continually occurring
day-to-day
occurring or done each day; "a daily record"; "day-by-day labors of thousands of men and women"- H S Truman; "her day-after-day behavior"; "an every day occurrence"
day-to-day
Day-to-day things or activities exist or happen every day as part of ordinary life. I am a vegetarian and use a lot of lentils in my day-to-day cooking
day-to-day reality
day-to-day life, daily routine, way of life
daily
quotidianly, every day
daily
a cleaner who comes in daily
daily
diurnal, by daylight, as opposed to nightly
daily
quotidian, that occurs every day, or at least every weekday/ working day
daily
a daily disposable
daily
diurnally, by daylight
days
During the day

She works days at the garage.

I am your father's spirit, doomed for a certain time to walk the night, and during the day I am confined to burn in fires, until the evil crimes I had done in my life are burnt and purged away. - I am thy father’s spirit; doom’d for a certain term to walk the night, and, for the day, confin’d to waste in fires till the foul crimes done in my days of nature are burnt and purg’d away.

days
plural form of day
every day is a school day
You learn something new every day
to the day
Of temporal measurements or comparisons: exactly; measured on the level of days, rather than more loosely by weeks, months etc

It was a year ago to the day that I first met him.

daily
diurnal
daily
{a} journal
daily
{a} day by day, every day
Daily
{i} family name
Mother's Day and Father's Day
Holidays. In the U.S. a nationwide observance of Mother's Day was suggested by Anna Jarvis of Grafton, W.Va., and in 1908 formal observances were held in churches in Grafton and Philadelphia. By 1911 every state celebrated the occasion on the second Sunday in May. It was formalized by Congress in 1914. In Britain, Mother's Day is celebrated in mid-Lent as Mothering Sunday. During the Middle Ages a custom developed of allowing those who had moved away to visit their home parishes and their mothers on Laetare Sunday, the fourth Sunday of Lent. Many other countries also celebrate the holiday on this date, while some mark the observance at other times of the year. Father's Day was first celebrated in 1910 in Spokane, Wash., through efforts of Sonora Dodd and the YMCA. Celebrated on the third Sunday in June, it became a legal holiday in 1972. Both days were originally largely religious holidays but have been commercialized with the sending of greeting cards and the giving of gifts
daily
without missing a day; "he stops by daily
daily
Truman; "her day-after-day behavior"; "an every day occurrence"
daily
A publication which appears regularly every day; as, the morning dailies
daily
measured by the day or happening every day; "a daily newspaper"; "daily chores"; "average daily wage"; "daily quota"
daily
{i} daily newspaper; servant who works daily
daily
{s} occurring every day
daily
Happening, or belonging to, each successive day; diurnal; as, daily labor; a daily bulletin
daily
without missing a day; "he stops by daily"
daily
Every day; day by day; as, a thing happens daily
daily
concerning every day
daily
gradually and progressively; "his health weakened day by day"
daily
The document-now more commonly found in electronic than in paper form - that provides insurer and agent with a quick reference to all pertinent information relative to a contract of insurance: insured's identification, location, coverage, term, premium, and so on Sometimes referred to as a "daily report "
daily
If something happens daily, it happens every day. Cathay Pacific flies daily non-stop to Hong Kong from Heathrow The Visitor Centre is open daily 8.30 a.m. -- 4.30 p.m. Daily is also an adjective. They held daily press briefings
daily
a newspaper that is published every day
daily
a cleaning woman who comes in daily (daily help or daily maid)
daily
adj tiap hari (hari)
daily
occurring or done each day; "a daily record"; "day-by-day labors of thousands of men and women"- H S Truman; "her day-after-day behavior"; "an every day occurrence"
daily
allows us to define monitoring criteria to record monitoring reports every certain number of days
daily
The documentónow more commonly found in electronic than in paper form ó that provides insurer and agent with a quick reference to all pertinent information relative to a contract of insurance: insuredís identification, location, coverage, term, premium, and so on Sometimes referred to as a "daily report "
daily
a newspaper that is published every day occurring or done each day; "a daily record"; "day-by-day labors of thousands of men and women"- H
daily
Your daily life is the things that you do every day as part of your normal life. the failure of the government to improve most people's daily lives
daily
Execute every day, including holidays, weekends, special days
daily
every day

I speak English every day. - I speak English daily.

daily
Truman; "her day-after-day behavior"; "an every day occurrence" measured by the day or happening every day; "a daily newspaper"; "daily chores"; "average daily wage"; "daily quota" without missing a day; "he stops by daily
daily
Daily quantities or rates relate to a period of one day. a diet containing adequate daily amounts of fresh fruit Our average daily turnover is about £300
daily
that happens every day
daily
diurnally
daily
A daily is a newspaper that is published every day of the week except Sunday. Copies of the local daily had been scattered on a table. Daily is also an adjective. He studied the daily papers
day care
childcare during the day while parents work
day care
preschool, nursery that supervises children while parents are at work; center that supervises the elderly or disabled while family members are at work
day care
Day care is care that is provided during the day for people who cannot look after themselves, such as small children, old people, or people who are ill. Day care is provided by paid workers. a day-care centre for elderly people. when babies or young children, or sick or old people are looked after during the day, especially while their family members are at work day care centre/services/facilities
day dream
think of something pleasant and enjoyable, have a pleasant and dreamy series of thoughts; envision a scheme
day off
a day when you are not required to work; "Thursday is his day off"
day off
a day when you are not required to work; "Thursday is his day off
day off
A day off is a day when you do not go to work, even though it is usually a working day. It was Mrs Dearden's day off, and Paul was on duty in her place. days off a day when you do not go to work, school etc because you have a holiday or because you are sick
day off
vacation day, day when one does not have to work (or study, etc.)
day trip
A day trip is a journey to a place and back again on the same day, usually for pleasure. a visit to an interesting place when you go there and come back the same day day trip to
days
{i} period, age, era; specific period of time in the life of a person; years, long time
days
The simulation time in days and fractions of a day, computed in the MAIN/ main F model from ITF and DAODT
days
When the word "days" is used as a method of counting, it means calendar days unless otherwise stated
days
life

I am your father's spirit, doomed for a certain time to walk the night, and during the day I am confined to burn in fires, until the evil crimes I had done in my life are burnt and purged away. - I am thy father’s spirit; doom’d for a certain term to walk the night, and, for the day, confin’d to waste in fires till the foul crimes done in my days of nature are burnt and purg’d away.

days
During the daytime on every day or most days: She works days and sings in a band at night
days
the time during which someone's life continues; "the monarch's last days"; "in his final years
days
Calendar days, including weekdays, weekends, and holidays, unless otherwise specified
days
plural of day
days
the time during which someone's life continues; "the monarch's last days"; "in his final years"
days
Indicates each day of the week the class will meet M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday
days
The amount of days during the survey that the applicant used the above mentioned method of transportation
days
Days displays the days of the week the course is held Each letter corresponds to a day of the week: M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday If there are two lines for the days and times, the either the course is held in two different locations or there is a lab with the course Return to top of page Closed Window and Return to Schedule Example
days
This term means calendar days and not workdays, unless otherwise defined
days
means calendar days, including weekends and holidays
days
day of the week, encoded as M|T|W|R|F
days
Denver Area Youth Services is a "non-profit, community based program with the overall mission to promote and provide a continuum of human services for children, youth and their families "
days
The days of the week you would like to take the class
from day to day
from one day to the next, between one day and the next
live day to day
only be concerned for one's immediate welfare; not be anxious for the future; not make extensive plans or preparations for the future
lived from day to day
lived in the present without thinking about tomorrow
Turkish - English

Definition of day in Turkish English dictionary

day-rate
(Turizm) gündüz tarifesi
day
History
Favorites