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We're going away for five days.
The animals are kept inside for 14 hours a day.
The shop is open 24 hours a day.
You should try to go for a walk every day.
What do you do at home all day?
She came home exhausted after a hard day at the office.
I've got a day off next week.
All children enjoy a day out at the fair.
There was not enough of the day left to finish the game.
The restaurant is only open during the day.
By day he is a banker, but by night he sings in a club.
I think my days as a footballer are coming to an end.
That was back in the days of the horse and cart.
She became famous in the early days of television.
Tasting over 2,000 wines over the course of a few days sounds like a mammoth undertaking; but to Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson, this is just another day at the office.
This is the British English definition of day. View American English definition of day.
the condition of continually consuming large amounts of information, especially when this has a negative effect on a person's well-being and ability to concentrateBuzzWord Article
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