daybook


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day·book

 (dā′bo͝ok′)
n.
1. A book in which daily transactions are recorded.
2. A diary.

daybook

(ˈdeɪˌbʊk)
n
(Accounting & Book-keeping) accounting a book in which the transactions of each day are recorded as they occur

day•book

(ˈdeɪˌbʊk)

n.
a diary or journal.
[1570–80]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.daybook - a ledger in which transactions have been recorded as they occurreddaybook - a ledger in which transactions have been recorded as they occurred
account book, book of account, ledger, leger, book - a record in which commercial accounts are recorded; "they got a subpoena to examine our books"
2.daybook - an accounting journal as a physical object; "he bought a new daybook"
journal - a record book as a physical object
Translations

daybook

[ˈdeɪbʊk] N (Brit) → diario m de entradas y salidas, libro m de entradas y salidas (US) → agenda f

daybook

[ˈdeɪˌbʊk] n (Brit) (Book-keeping) → brogliaccio
References in classic literature ?
Here is my commercial library: Daybook, Ledger, Book of Districts, Book of Letters, Book of Remarks, and so on.
Second, drawing from the daybook, we observe some features of a network of reciprocity in the Irish Catholic community; and in the third section we reflect, from the loans he made, on the tensions generated by relations of credit.
Meanwhile the campaign continued to keep events off the all-important Daybook, thus overlooking the most important aspect of any campaign event.
We selected the Daybook for Critical Reading and Writing (Spandet et al., 2001) because the lessons are based on evidence-based practices with targeted vocabulary and specific, explicit reading comprehension skills instruction.
Oppen writes somewhere in his Daybooks that Robert Creeley was ultimately a mannerist, (5) which isn't true, though I understand that to a mind as absolute as Oppen's, any poem whose first surface calls attention to its construction is ultimately trivial given the reality of the derogated earth and its inhabitants.
Figure 2 shows an excerpt from page three of Philip Bevier's daybook, dated in Rochester on October 4, 1783.
Jerusalem Daybook (Wellington: Price Milburn, 1971), p.
"She braved burning sun, ice and snow, thieves, and rat-infested inns to found more convents," writes Terry Matz in The Daybook of Saints.
When I first saw A Daybook for Nurses, I wondered why nurses would want to read this collection of quotations, stories, poems, and thoughts by nurses, one for each day of any year, from January 1 to December 31.
Scardino says the government has published such books as an easy guide to breast feeding, a women's health daybook and the "Lifetime of Good Health" guide.
Teasdale, Wayne, The Mystic Hours: A Daybook of Interspiritual Wisdom and Devotion.