Meaning of DAY in English

DAY

n. 25B6; noun

I stayed for a day : TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR PERIOD, twenty-four hours.

enjoy the beach during the day : DAYTIME, daylight; waking hours.

the leading architect of the day : PERIOD, time, age, era, generation.

in his day he had great influence : HEYDAY, prime, time; peak, height, zenith, ascendancy; youth, springtime, salad days.

diurnal.

night, decline.

25A0; day after day REPEATEDLY, again and again, over and over (again), time and (time) again, frequently, often, time after time; {day in, day out}, night and day, all the time; persistently, recurrently, constantly, continuously, continually, relentlessly, regularly, habitually, unfailingly, always; N. Amer. oftentimes; informal 24-7; poetic/literary oft, oft-times.

25A0; day by day

day by day they were forced to retreat : GRADUALLY, slowly, progressively; bit by bit, inch by inch, little by little, inchmeal.

they follow the news day by day : DAILY, every day, day after day; diurnally.

25A0; day in, day out . See day after day .

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