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Define Day at Dictionary.com

发布时间:2018-04-17 18:19

Also called civil day. the period of time, the calendar day, of 24 hours' duration reckoned from one midnight to the next

2.

the period of light between sunrise and sunset, as distinguished from the night

(as modifier): the day shift

3.

the part of a day occupied with regular activity, esp work: he took a day off

4.

(sometimes pl) a period or point in time: he was a good singer in his day, in days gone by, any day now

5.

the period of time, the sidereal day, during which the earth makes one complete revolution on its axis relative to a particular star. The mean sidereal day lasts 23 hours 56 minutes 4.1 seconds of the mean solar day

6.

the period of time, the solar day, during which the earth makes one complete revolution on its axis relative to the sun. The mean solar day is the average length of the apparent solar day and is some four minutes (3 minutes 56.5 seconds of sidereal time) longer than the sidereal day

7.

the period of time taken by a specified planet to make one complete rotation on its axis: the Martian day

8.

(often capital) a day designated for a special observance, esp a holiday: Christmas Day

9.

all in a day's work, part of one's normal activity; no trouble

10.

at the end of the day, in the final reckoning

11.

day of rest, the Sabbath; Sunday

12.

end one's days, to pass the end of one's life

13.

every dog has his day, one's luck will come

14.

in this day and age, nowadays

15.

it's early days, it's too early to tell how things will turn out

16.

late in the day

very late (in a particular situation)

too late

17.

that will be the day

I look forward to that

that is most unlikely to happen

18.

a time of success, recognition, power, etc: his day will soon come

19.

a struggle or issue at hand: the day is lost

20.

the ground surface over a mine

(as modifier): the day level

21.

from day to day, without thinking of the future

22.

call it a day, to stop work or other activity

23.

day after day, without respite; relentlessly

24.

day by day, gradually or progressively; daily: he weakened day by day

25.

day in, day out, every day and all day long

26.

from Day 1, from Day One, from the very beginning

27.

one of these days, at some future time

28.

(modifier) of, relating to, or occurring in the day: the day shift


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