AskDefine | Define daily

Dictionary Definition

daily adj
1 occurring or done each day; "a daily record"; "day-by-day labors of thousands of men and women"- H.S.Truman; "her day-after-day behavior"; "an every day occurrence" [syn: day-to-day, day-after-day, every day]
2 measured by the day or happening every day; "a daily newspaper"; "daily chores"; "average daily wage"; "daily quota" n : a newspaper that is published every day adv
1 without missing a day; "he stops by daily" [syn: every day, each day]
2 gradually and progressively; "his health weakened day by day" [syn: day by day]

User Contributed Dictionary

English

Etymology

day + -ly

Pronunciation

  • dāli, /ˈdeɪli/, /"deIli/
  • Rhymes: -eɪli

Adjective

  1. that happens every day

Translations

that happens every day
  • Bulgarian: всекидневен, ежедневен
  • Dutch: dagelijks, dagelijkse
  • Finnish: päivittäinen
  • French: quotidien, journalier
  • Galician: diario diaria
  • German: täglich
  • Hebrew: יומיומי (yomiomy) , יומיומית (yomiomyt)
  • Italian: quotidiano, giornaliero
  • Japanese: 毎日の (まいにちの, mainichi no)
  • Kurdish:
  • Maltese: kuljum praċett
  • Norwegian: daglig
  • Polish: codzienny
  • Portuguese: diário
  • Romanian: zilnic, cotidian
  • Russian: ежедневный /ježedn'évnyj/
  • Sanskrit: anu
  • Spanish: diario
  • Swedish: daglig

Adverb

  1. every day

Translations

every day
  • Bulgarian: всекидневно, ежедневно
  • Czech: denně
  • Dutch: dagelijks
  • Finnish: päivittäin
  • French: quotidiennement, journellement, tous les jours
  • Galician: diariamente
  • German: täglich
  • Hebrew: מדי יום (mi'dei yom)
  • Italian: quotidianamente, giornalmente, ogni giorno, tutti i giorni
  • Japanese: 毎日 (まいにち, mainichi)
  • Norwegian: daglig
  • Polish: codziennie, co dzień, dziennie
  • Portuguese: diariamente
  • Romanian: zilnic, cotidian
  • Russian: ежедневно /ježedn'évno/
  • Sanskrit: anu
  • Spanish: diariamente
  • Swedish: dagligt

Noun

  1. a newspaper that is published every day
  2. (Brit; old) a cleaning woman who comes in daily (daily help or daily maid)

Translations

a newspaper that is published every day
(Brit; old) a cleaning woman who comes in daily (daily help or daily maid)
(US) (dailies) (pl) (in the film industry) rushes

Extensive Definition

Daily may refer to:

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Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words

always, annual, at all times, biannual, biennial, bimonthly, biweekly, catamenial, ceaselessly, centenary, centennial, circadian, common, commonplace, constantly, continually, continuously, cyclically, daily and hourly, daily newspaper, day after day, day and night, day by day, daybook, decennial, diary, diurnal, ephemeris, epochally, ever, ever and anon, every day, every hour, every moment, everyday, extra, extra edition, fortnightly, gazette, habitually, hebdomadal, hour after hour, hour by hour, hourly, in time, incessantly, journal, magazine, menstrual, momentary, momently, month after month, monthly, national newspaper, neighborhood newspaper, news, newsmagazine, newspaper, newspaper of record, night and day, on and on, on the beat, ordinary, organ, paper, perennially, periodical, periodically, perpetually, pictorial, quarterly, quotidian, rag, rapidly, recurrently, regular, regularly, review, rhythmically, right along, routine, seasonally, secular, semestral, semiannual, semimonthly, semiweekly, semiyearly, serial, sheet, slick magazine, special, special edition, steadily, sustainedly, synchronously, tabloid, tertian, trade magazine, triennial, unceasingly, unintermittently, uninterruptedly, unvaryingly, weekly, weekly newspaper, without cease, without letup, without stopping, year after year, yearbook, yearly
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