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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdailydai‧ly1 /ˈdeɪli/ ●●● S3 W2 adjective [only before noun]  1 REGULARhappening or done every day daily flights to Miami2 daily life3 TMCrelating to a single day the daily rate of pay
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dailyToday the manager of personnel makes a point of sitting next to his old friend on the daily commuter train.She was the Imp Second in the 1st Badgeworth Pack, and was keen on doing her daily good turn.Parliamentary proceedings are written up and published in the daily Hansard.The daily log enables the player to see each bit of progress or lack of it.a daily newspaperHe has a daily radio show on KQFB.The daily rate for parking downtown is $15.Average daily share volume set a record at 346 million shares a day, according to preliminary data from the exchange.You will need to record your daily weight.How many weary souls could have been nourished from his daily witness to the Lord?