Definition of daytimer in English:

daytimer

Syllabification: day·tim·er
Pronunciation: /ˈdāˌtīmər
 
/

noun

trademark , chiefly North American
An appointment diary or electronic organizer.
More example sentences
  • The instructors all give you a syllabus and all your dates and everything so you put it in your daytimer and plan it like you would your job.
  • If your daytimer is empty, try filling it up with recitals, although organizing your own show is a lot of hard work.
  • The only tools he needs to conduct business are a daytimer, a typewriter and his brain.

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