Daily

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Definition

(a) daily (meal): (a meal) which happens once a day
adjective

on a daily basis (or 'on a day-to-day basis'): every day, once a day
idiom

a daily (newspaper): a (newspaper) produced every day
noun
The Times is a daily newspaper. A new edition is published every day.

daily: each day, every day
adverb
I take my medicine twice daily. I take it once in the morning and once at night.

Pronunciation examples
UK: My daily shower is the highlight of my day.
US: Dogs should be walked on a daily basis.
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Examples

  • "Edward provides a soundtrack to my daily activities."
  • "Enjoy your time strolling our sunny 75-acre estate or swimming in our giant lake, stocked daily with fresh carp."
  • "As you know, these meetings are an opportunity for us to discuss what is going on in this crazy world, because often we're so busy with our daily responsibilities that we don't take the time to see what's really going on around us!"
  • "Men who use fragrances daily can be segmented into two groups: 'übersexuals' and 'metrosexuals'."
  • "7.50AM - Brian Jones arrives for daily workout."
  • "Xavier's daily soup will go cold tonight, but our hearts are still filled with warmth."
  • "I estimate my daily efficiency will improve by 2.65 percent."
  • "My podcasts can be downloaded weekly at no charge on the Daily Roast website."
  • "I estimate that you have decreased my daily efficiency by 59.75 percent and increased my chance of a brain trauma by 63.26 percent!"
  • "Your commitment to daily English lessons has shown me how earnestly you desire to converse in the language of Shakespeare."

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