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dai·ly

 (dā′lē)
adj.
1. Of or occurring during the day.
2. Happening or done every day: the physician's daily rounds.
3. Computed or assessed for each day: a daily record.
4. Everyday: casual clothes only for daily use.
adv.
1. Every day: Exercise daily.
2. Once a day: Wind the clock daily.
n. pl. dai·lies
1. A newspaper published every day or every weekday.
2. dailies The first, unedited print of movie film usually viewed after a day's shooting; the rushes.

[Middle English dayly, from Old English dæglīc, from dæg, day; see day.]

dai′li·ness, dai′ly·ness n.

daily

(ˈdeɪlɪ)
adj
1. of or occurring every day or every weekday: a daily paper.
2. earn one's daily bread to earn one's living
3. the daily round the usual activities of one's day
n, pl -lies
4. (Journalism & Publishing) a daily publication, esp a newspaper
5. (Professions) Also called: daily help Brit another name for a charwoman
adv
6. every day
7. constantly; often
[Old English dæglīc; see day, -ly1]

dai•ly

(ˈdeɪ li)

adj., n., pl. -lies,
adv. adj.
1. of, occurring, or issued each day or each weekday: daily attendance; a daily newspaper.
2. computed by the day: a daily quota.
n.
3. a newspaper appearing each day or each weekday.
4. dailies, the quickly printed film from one day's shooting of a motion picture, for review by the director; rushes.
adv.
5. every day; day by day.
[before 1000]
dai′li•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.daily - a newspaper that is published every daydaily - a newspaper that is published every day
newspaper, paper - a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements; "he read his newspaper at breakfast"
Adj.1.daily - of or belonging to or occurring every day; "daily routine"; "a daily paper"
periodic, periodical - happening or recurring at regular intervals; "the periodic appearance of the seventeen-year locust"
2.daily - appropriate for ordinary or routine occasions; "casual clothes"; "everyday clothes"
informal - not formal; "conservative people unaccustomed to informal dress"; "an informal free-and-easy manner"; "an informal gathering of friends"
Adv.1.daily - every day; without missing a day; "he stops by daily"
2.daily - gradually and progressively; "his health weakened day by day"

daily

adverb
1. every day, day by day, day after day, once a day, per diem The shop is open daily.
adjective
1. everyday, regular, circadian (Biology), diurnal, quotidian the company's daily turnover
2. day-to-day, common, ordinary, routine, everyday, commonplace, quotidian factors which deeply influence daily life
Translations
يَوْمِيّاًجَريدَه يَوْمِيَّهيَوْمييَوْمِيّ
всекидневенвсекидневноежедневенежедневно
dennědenníposluhovačkadeník
dagligdagligthushjælphver daghverdags-
päivittäinpäivittäinenpäivälehti
dnevnidnevno
napinapilapnaponta
dagblaîdaglegadaglegurhúshjálp
毎日毎日の
매일매일의
kasdienateinanti tarnaitėdienraštis
apkopējadienas avīzeikdienaskatru dienu
cotidianzilnic
dennedenný
dnevendnevnovsakdanji
dagligdagligendagligt
แต่ละวันทุกวัน
hàng ngày

daily

[ˈdeɪlɪ]
A. ADJ
1. (= occurring each day) → diario
there are daily flights from Manchester to Munichhay vuelos diarios de Manchester a Munichhay vuelos de Manchester a Munich diariamente
on a daily basis (= every day) → diariamente
they are paid on a daily basis (= by the day) → les pagan por días or por día trabajado; (= every day) → les pagan cada día
our daily breadel pan nuestro de cada día
daily newspaperdiario m, periódico m
incidents of this kind are a daily occurrenceeste tipo de incidentes ocurre diariamente or a diario
2. (= normal, everyday) → cotidiano
the daily grindla rutina diaria
the daily life of a primary school teacherla vida cotidiana de un profesor de primaria
we went about our daily lives as if nothing had happenedcontinuamos con nuestra vida normal como si nada hubiera pasado
the daily roundla rutina diaria
B. ADVdiariamente, a diario
incidents of this kind happen dailyeste tipo de incidentes ocurre diariamente or a diario
the ticket office is open dailyla taquilla abre diariamente or todos los días
twice dailydos veces al día
C. N
1. (= newspaper) → diario m, periódico m
2. (esp Brit) daily (help or woman)asistenta f, chacha f

daily

[ˈdeɪli]
adj
[routine, activity] → quotidien(ne)
It's part of my daily routine → Ça fait partie de mes occupations quotidiennes. daily life
[wage, charge] → journalier/ière m/f
(= occurring every day) (flight, briefing)quotidien(ne) m/f
a daily flight → un vol quotidien
They held daily meetings
BUT Ils se réunissaient tous les jours.
on a daily basis (= every day) → chaque jour
n
(= newspaper) → quotidien m
(British) (= cleaner) → femme f de ménage (à la journée)
adv (= every day) → tous les jours
The pool is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m → La piscine est ouverte tous les jours de neuf heures à dix-huit heures.
twice daily → deux fois par jourdaily life nvie f quotidienne

daily

adjtäglich; daily newspaperTageszeitung f; daily wageTageslohn m; daily grindtäglicher Trott; daily lifeder Alltag; he is employed on a daily basiser ist tageweise angestellt; (labourer)er ist als Tagelöhner beschäftigt, er steht im Tagelohn
advtäglich; three times dailydreimal täglich
n
(= newspaper)Tageszeitung f
(also daily help, daily woman)Putzfrau f

daily

[ˈdeɪlɪ]
1. adj (routine, task) → quotidiano/a, giornaliero/a; (wage, output, consumption) → giornaliero/a
he takes a daily walk → fa una passeggiata ogni giorno
our daily bread → il nostro pane quotidiano
the daily grind → il tran-tran quotidiano
3. n
a. (also daily paper) → quotidiano
b. (Brit) (old) (cleaner) → donna di servizio

daily

(ˈdeili) adjective
happening etc every day. a daily walk; This is part of our daily lives.
adverb
every day. I get paid daily.
nounplural ˈdailies
1. a newspaper published every day. We take three dailies.
2. (also daily help) a person who is paid to come regularly and help with the housework. Our daily (help) comes on Mondays.

daily

يَوْمِيّ, يَوْمِيّاً denně, denní daglig täglich καθημερινά, καθημερινός diariamente, diario päivittäin, päivittäinen quotidien, quotidiennement dnevni, dnevno giornaliero, giornalmente 毎日, 毎日の 매일, 매일의 dagelijks daglig codziennie, codzienny diariamente, diário ежедневно, ежедневный daglig, dagligen แต่ละวัน, ทุกวัน günlük, her gün hàng ngày 每天

daily

a. diario-a, cotidiano-a;
___ lifevida cotidiana;
adv. diariamente, todos los días, cada día, cotidianamente.

daily

adj diario; adv diariamente, cada día
References in classic literature ?
At the Kings' she daily saw all she wanted, for the children's older sisters were just out, and Meg caught frequent glimpses of dainty ball dresses and bouquets, heard lively gossip about theaters, concerts, sleighing parties, and merrymakings of all kinds, and saw money lavished on trifles which would have been so precious to her.
She was glad to be employed because the daily round of toil in the store made the time of waiting seem less long and uninteresting.
After listening to her insinuations about his physical soundness, Cutter would resume his dumb-bell practice for a month, or rise daily at the hour when his wife most liked to sleep, dress noisily, and drive out to the track with his trotting-horse.
Meanwhile Robert, addressing Mrs Pontellier, continued to tell of his one time hopeless passion for Madame Ratignolle; of sleepless nights, of consuming flames till the very sea sizzled when he took his daily plunge.
As his car slid downtown on Tuesday morning the mind of Arnold Thorndike was occupied with such details of daily routine as the purchase of a railroad, the Japanese loan, the new wing to his art gallery, and an attack that morning, in his own newspaper, upon his pet trust.
We were then in a dangerous, helpless situation, exposed daily to perils and death amongst savages and wild beasts, not a white man in the country but ourselves.
The flour pan in which their daily bread was mixed stood on the rude table side by side with the "prospecting pans," half full of gold washed up from their morning's work; the front windows of the newer tenements looked upon the one single thoroughfare, but the back door opened upon the uncleared wilderness, still haunted by the misshapen bulk of bear or the nightly gliding of catamount.
All around were scattered shavings, chips, shingles, and broken halves of bricks; these, together with the lately turned earth, on which the grass had not begun to grow, contributed to the impression of strangeness and novelty proper to a house that had yet its place to make among men's daily interests.
It was not merely during the three hours and a half which Uncle Sam claimed as his share of my daily life that this wretched numbness held possession of me.
The daily journals of Hamburg, Frankfort, Baden, Munich, and Augsburg are all constructed on the same general plan.
The summer weeks dragged by, and then the political campaign opened-- opened in pretty warm fashion, and waxed hotter and hotter daily.
There is nothing so perilously difficult as the daily intercourse of two people who love each other.