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day in English:

1. day day


What a beautiful day!
My first day in the university was rather boring.
It made Grandfather's day when his granddaughter gave him a picture she had drawn of him.
Until that day, I had never eaten dog meat.
Tom got up on the wrong side of the bed and has been grouchy all day.
Tom knew that salads were healthy, so he ate at least one salad a day.
Mary celebrates New Year's Day with her family.
You must be tired after a long day. "No, not in the least."
The day will surely come when your dreams will come true.
On the following day, we all had terrible hangovers.
A day has twenty-four hours.
Why does one say "Good day" when the day is not good?
A damp, cold day affects a person's health.
A meal without wine is like a day without sunshine.
Day after day, the dog sat waiting for his master in front of the station.

English word "day"(day) occurs in sets:

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