Definition of all-day in English:

all-day

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adjective

Lasting or available throughout the day: an all-day excursion to Blackpool
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  • Flexible fares are available with all-day explorer tickets from £2.50, and children under five travel free.
  • The all-day event, called Northern Connections, will be suitably rounded off with an evening concert by the talented troop.
  • There was plenty more entertainment on offer during the day, including a skate competition, all-day fiesta and street fair.

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