daynoun

  • ja日中、昼
  • enthe hours of the day when you are active, working, or not sleeping

Examples

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- Hey, hey! How was the first day? - Hey.
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Everyone was so, so nice!
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This is the best day of my life!
2.
Mine too.
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Darn it to heck.
2.
The store is closed.
3.
My bad day just got a whole heck of a lot worse.
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You think I have $1,200?
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I'm home in the middle of the day.
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And I got patio furniture in my living room.
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This is it.
2.
Your bachelorette weekend.
3.
I have been waiting for this moment since the first day of freshman year.
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I don’t know about these chicks.
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Yeah. They’re only good for 1 thing.
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Then, what are you supposed to do with them for the other 23 hours and 45 minutes of the day?
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So you work long, long hours, and you missed a day.
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- This is the first day of work you've ever missed, right? - Yes, Ellen.
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People drink for a multitude of different reasons.
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Sometimes, you have a hard day at work and you need to unwind.