[ US /ˈdeɪtuˌdeɪ/ ]
  1. of or belonging to or occurring every day
    daily routine
    a daily paper
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How To Use day-to-day In A Sentence

  • He has no idea what goes on on a day-to-day basis. The Sun
  • Woodrow and Aiden Tyler Dawson are childhood friends whose aimlessness in day-to-day life is matched only by their passion for building flame-spewing machinery to "prepare for the apocalypse. Farihah Zaman: SXSW 2011 Dispatch Two: Coming of Age to a Theater Near You
  • In response to my attempts a few weeks ago to demystify the day-to-day movements in share prices, one reader has asked for a similar explanation of the foreign exchange markets.
  • In fact, her aunt Florie Taylor runs the business day-to-day.
  • In this context, often their fear of HIV and AIDS seemed less immediate than the day-to-day survival of their families and themselves.
  • Any company that advertises itself as ‘fun’ is simply making a desperate and futile attempt to distract attention away from the soul-destroying mundanity that is the reality of its day-to-day life.
  • Its language and style remain miles away from the day-to-day concerns of ordinary black South Africans.
  • When you have laid in your store, you should draw on it regularly for day-to-day use, replacing what you use by new purchases, so that the stock in your cupboard is constantly being changed.
  • I have no complaints towards the hostel as it is a clean and liveable place for my son and me and it provides me with everything I need for day-to-day life.
  • No telly, on account of the fact the schedulers have so perfectly blended Christmas morning into the regular day-to-day line-up that there was nothing even vaguely worth watching.
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