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N-COUNT （一周中的）一日，一天 A day is one of the seven twenty-four hour periods of time in a week.
N-VAR 昼;白天 Day is the time when it is light, or the time when you are up and doing things.
The weather did not help; hot by day, cold at night...
27 million working days are lost each year due to work accidents and sickness...
每年有 2,700 万个工作日因为工作事故和病假而损失掉了。
N-COUNT 时期;时代 You can refer to a particular period in history as a particular day or as particular days .
He began to talk about the Ukraine of his uncle's day...
Did you learn anything in your day, as a student?
PHRASE 日复一日;一天又一天 If something happens day after day, it happens every day without stopping.
The newspaper job had me doing the same thing day after day.
PHRASE 如今;在当代;在今天这个时代 In this day and age means in modern times.
Even in this day and age the old attitudes persist.
PHRASE 破旧;陈旧;状况不佳 If you say that something has seen better days, you mean that it is old and in poor condition.
The tweed jacket she wore had seen better days.
PHRASE 到此为止;结束 If you call it a day, you decide to stop what you are doing because you are tired of it or because it is not successful.
Faced with mounting debts, the decision to call it a day was inevitable...
I want the manager's job when he calls it a day.
PHRASE (在战斗、辩论或体育竞赛中）获胜，取胜 If someone carries the day, they are the winner in a contest such as a battle, debate, or sporting competition.
For the time being, the liberals seem to have carried the day.
PHRASE 已过全盛时期;风光不再;不再流行 If you say that something has had its day, you mean that the period during which it was most successful or popular has now passed.
Beat music may finally have had its day...
Interior decoration by careful coordination seems to have had its day.
PHRASE 使…非常高兴 If something makes your day, it makes you feel very happy.
Come on, Bill. Send Tom a card and make his day...
It was a joy to see. It really made my day.
PHRASE 日日夜夜;夜以继日 If something happens day and night or night and day, it happens all the time without stopping.
Chantal kept a fire burning night and day...
He would have a nurse in constant attendance day and night.
PHRASE 将来有一天;总有一天;有朝一日 One day or some day or one of these days means at some time in the future.
I too dreamed of living in London one day...
I hope some day you will find the woman who will make you happy...
PHRASE 几天前;前两天 If you say that something happened the other day, you mean that it happened a few days ago.
I phoned your office the other day...
We had lunch the other day at our favorite restaurant.
PHRASE 挽回局面;扭转败局;转危为安;反败为胜 If someone or something saves the day in a situation which seems likely to fail, they manage to make it successful.
...this story about how he saved the day at his daughter's birthday party...
A last moment election can save the day.
PHRASE 每天;天天;逐日 If something happens from day to day or day by day, it happens each day.
Your needs can differ from day to day...
I live for the moment, day by day, not for the past.
PHRASE 正好;恰好;一天不差 If it is a month or a year to the day since a particular thing happened, it is exactly a month or a year since it happened.
It was January 19, a year to the day since he had arrived in Singapore...
那天是 1月 19 号，他到新加坡正好一年的日子。
Twenty-five years ago, to the day, England reached the sport's pinnacle by winning the World Cup.
恰好是在 25 年前的今天，英格兰队在世界杯上夺冠，到达了足球运动的巅峰。
PHRASE 至今;直到现在 To this day means up until and including the present time.
To this day young Zulu boys practise fighting.
PHRASE 获胜/失败 If a particular person, group, or thing wins the day, they win a battle, struggle, or competition. If they lose the day, they are defeated.
His determination and refusal to back down had won the day...
Few in Westminster doubt that the government will win the day.
PHRASE (困难的任务)日常工作一部分的，常有的，难免的 If you say that a task is all in a day's work for someone, you mean that they do not mind doing it although it may be difficult, because it is part of their job or because they often do it.
For war reporters, dodging snipers' bullets is all in a day's work...
I said: 'How can I ever thank you?' but he waved the question aside. 'It's all in a day's work.'