day-to-day


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Related to day-to-day: all day long, calling it a day

day-to-day

(dā′tə-dā′)
adj.
1. Occurring on a routine or daily basis: the day-to-day movements of the stock market.
2. Subsisting one day at a time with little regard for the future: lived a day-to-day existence.
3. Sports Of or relating to a player who is on the verge of recovery from an injury that impedes or prevents the ability to play.

day-to-day

adj
routine; everyday: day-to-day chores.

day′-to-day′



adj.
1. occurring each day; daily.
2. concerned only with immediate needs without regard for the future.
[1150–1200]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.day-to-day - 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"

day-to-day

adjective everyday, regular, usual, routine, accustomed, customary, habitual, run-of-the-mill, wonted I use a lot of lentils in my day-to-day cooking
Translations

day-to-day

[ˈdeɪtəˈdeɪ] ADJcotidiano, diario
the day-to-day running of the centrela gestión cotidiana or diaria del centro
on a day-to-day basisdía por día, de día a día (LAm)

day-to-day

[ˈdeɪtəˌdeɪ] adj (routine) → quotidiano/a; (expenses) → giornaliero/a
on a day-to-day basis → a giornata
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