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daily

US [ˈdeɪli]
UK ['deɪli]
  • adv.每天;每日
  • adj.每日的;日常的;每个工作日的;按日的
  • n.(除星期日外每日发行的)日报;(不寄宿的)仆人
  • Web每天的;天天
Plural Form:dailies  
Daily
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adj.
1.
每日的;日常的happening, done or produced every day
a daily routine/visit/newspaper
日常事务;每日一次的访问;日报
events affecting the daily lives of millions of people
影响数百万人日常生活的事件
Invoices are signed on a daily basis .
发票按日签发。
2.
每个工作日的;按日的connected with one day's work
They charge a daily rate.
他们按日收费。
IDM
your daily bread
生计;(尤指)每日的食物the basic things that you need to live, especially food
adv.
1.
每日;每天every day
The machines are inspected twice daily.
机器每日检查两次。
n.
1.
(除星期日外每日发行的)日报a newspaper published every day except Sunday
The story was in all the dailies.
这则新闻刊登在所有日报上。
2.
(不寄宿的)仆人a person employed to come to sb's house each day to clean it and do other jobs

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