Meaning of DAY-TO-DAY in English

DAY-TO-DAY

adjective

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

day-to-day running

Brian took over the day-to-day running of the company while his father was away.

day-to-day/daily contact

I like my job because it involves day-to-day contact with clients.

everyday/daily/day-to-day existence (= someone's normal life that is the same most days )

He saw drugs as a way of escaping the tedium of his everyday existence.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

activity

At other times it was treated as a day-to-day activity , associated only with mundane needs.

Disturbance to the day-to-day activities therefore had to be kept to a minimum.

Their busy day-to-day activities at the Commando Training Centre would not allow them time to get to know the locals.

For much of day-to-day activity this is automatic; we are not conscious of any decision process.

Logically, a far richer recruitment seam is available where case management is a day-to-day activity-in solicitors' private practice.

administration

The day-to-day administration , however, is often left to professional management companies.

The day-to-day administration is the task of the secretariat of the stock exchange.

Second, he or she will have a large amount of day-to-day administration to oversee.

The general does not want to involve the army in day-to-day administration .

Implicit in the idea is a distinction between the policy-making work of advisers to ministers and the day-to-day administration of the departments.

On the other hand, members must have an interest in matters of day-to-day administration when these affect their constituents.

basis

Eventually Ubaldo became convinced that some one in the family circle was supplying the gang with information on a day-to-day basis .

The band is playing on on a day-to-day basis a spokeswoman said last night.

Indeed, I am most likely to have relationships on a day-to-day basis only with a relatively small number of people.

In addition, interest on overdue tax accrued indefinitely and not on a day-to-day basis even if it was so calculated.

However, the priorities of government manifested on a day-to-day basis frequently ignored the longer-term priorities nominally established in the plans.

business

It also recognises that day-to-day business and executive authority is vested in line management.

While with the Chargers for the past two years, McNeely oversaw the day-to-day business operations.

Directors were given the exclusive right to manage the day-to-day business of the company.

But since the arrival of Robins, he has taken a backseat role with day-to-day business being handled by the new chairman.

But the real key to the discounters' success is the way they manage their day-to-day business .

Senior officials could carry on with the day-to-day business of the state without concerning themselves with any kind of specialist ministerial control.

For instance, monsoons may disrupt transport and power supplies and may affect the conduct of normal day-to-day business .

But our activities extend well beyond the day-to-day business of meeting claims and dealing with queries.

life

The wine glasses, tumblers, pipes and so on were articles which each painter handled regularly in the course of day-to-day life .

The problem arises because there is nothing in our day-to-day life to provide us with sufficient exercise.

There is a sound reason for rewording that clause, because that is too frequent an occurrence in day-to-day life in prison.

In our day-to-day lives , including day-to-day scientific lives, we have little need of such confirmed hypotheses.

The Tomorrow's World team have been following day-to-day life at her Framlingham home and will be filming the operation.

He did not find the day-to-day life of a professional journalist congenial.

The imperialists carried on their day-to-day life , and he felt sorry for them.

There are activities organised by bi-communal enthusiasts, but day-to-day life goes on in different worlds.

management

If the two-tier board structure were used, then the management board would have the sole power of day-to-day management.

The advantage would be that ministers and civil servants would not be involved in day-to-day management .

Current deputy senior partner Gil Hayward is to take over the firm's day-to-day management from Mr Ramshaw.

Neither does the State Planning Commission, the vast organisation responsible for the day-to-day management of the economy.

Firstly, there is the company responsible for the day-to-day management of the trust.

Although some expense may be involved, much can be done by the class teacher in the day-to-day management of the classroom.

operation

The operations level will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the organisation.

Maintain a close relationship to day-to-day operations .

Mr Brown is responsible for marketing strategy, programme development and quality control, while Mr Morse will administer day-to-day operations .

Small groups provided the context of day-to-day operation .

Simply by carrying out its day-to-day operations , an organisation necessarily communicates certain messages to those who interact with it.

In that event the Strategic Rail Authority would run day-to-day operations while buyers were sought.

They gave them much latitude in day-to-day operations and allowed them to mould law and order policies according to counter-insurgency theories.

First, though MI5 is notionally under the control of the Home Secretary he will be told nothing about its day-to-day operations .

practice

When one looks at this, it's surprising what little guidance in the day-to-day practice of medicine it offers.

The materials have not been used within traditional library lessons, but have been integrated into day-to-day practice of teaching.

What is important is that the studies outlined in this section have attempted to gain an insight into day-to-day practice .

running

The day-to-day running of the house was in Mrs Cohen's hands.

The day-to-day running of the Chaplaincy is being handled by the other Chaplains.

This does not mean that the governing body should involve itself in the day-to-day running of the school.

You are responsible for the day-to-day running of the hall, including cleaning and catering.

Closer supervision of the day-to-day running was still their aim.

Do you take responsibility for the day-to-day running of it?

Ancillary staff All educational establishments are dependent for their day-to-day running on the ancillary staff.

work

Justices, of course, are accustomed, as part of their day-to-day work , to assessing costs of comparatively small amounts.

Also the day-to-day work of schools and the task of assessing pupils assumed a higher importance than the development of new curriculum.

The consequences of two critical changes in child care policy and practice for day-to-day work in residential homes are discussed.

Individuals are profoundly affected by their occupational socialisation, through training and through day-to-day work .

In turn, I subsequently followed up some of the issues raised in the job interviews in the teachers' day-to-day work .

What consequences follow from these two main changes for day-to-day work in residential homes?

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

As Managing Director, I am responsible for the day-to-day management of the company.

Reeve decided to immerse himself in the day-to-day affairs of his company until business improved.

Resident managers are responsible for the day-to-day operations of the hotel.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

If the two-tier board structure were used, then the management board would have the sole power of day-to-day management.

Lawyers are translators - that is their day-to-day chore.

Mr Brown is responsible for marketing strategy, programme development and quality control, while Mr Morse will administer day-to-day operations.

Start by concentrating on your familiar day-to-day sentences.

The concern of these groups has grown in response to a perceived widening of the gap between cherished moral values and actual day-to-day behaviour.

The problem arises because there is nothing in our day-to-day life to provide us with sufficient exercise.

The question is whether he can discharge that responsibility to Parliament without being in day-to-day charge.

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