- 1Done, produced, or occurring every day or every weekday: a daily newspaperMore example sentences
- No other media has the kind of reach that the daily newspaper has - every day.
- During Lent, the daily weekday Mass will be at 8am in the parish church.
- For the next year it ran as a daily programme on weekday mornings.
- 1.1Relating to the period of a single day: boats can be hired for a daily rateMore example sentences
- Autorickshaw drivers demand a substantial part of one's daily earnings for a single long trip.
- Counsel agree that the calculation of the lost fees using the average daily fees for that period is as follows.
- A new method of calculating costs should be devised, with barristers paid on a monthly or yearly basis, or for work done, rather than a daily rate.
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- Every day: the museum is open dailyMore example sentences
- They practice religiously during the summer - up to two hours daily - and meet twice a week in the winter.
- It will be the duty of the depositors to verify daily whether the bank is opened daily or not.
- The new route, which includes a brief stopover in Hong Kong, will leave twice daily every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
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- 1A newspaper published every day except Sunday: the trial was reported in all the popular dailiesMore example sentences
- Indian Express Newspapers publishes dailies with a combined readership of more than 5 million, including the highly influential Indian Express and Financial Express.
- The 60 Minutes exchange is very familiar to readers of Arab newspapers, college dailies, and liberal journals of opinion.
- Although Aiko's birth made banner headlines in the country's dailies and magazines, journalists have, by and large, followed a strict code of self-discipline.
- 2 (also daily help) British • dated A woman who is employed to clean someone else’s house each day.More example sentences
- The Blethering Classes pretended their daily help or the woman in the corner shop was worried.
- I hired a daily help - a pleasant middle-aged woman who agreed to keep the cottage clean and cook for me.
- Most ‘dailies’ I have known have been disastrous.
- 3 (dailies) The first prints from cinematographic takes; the rushes: as a co-producer he has to view the dailiesMore example sentences
- Looking through dailies, Capra spied a blond, squeaky voiced lady who caught his eye.
- I said, let's just take the dailies to a movie theater and see if we can see anything or not.
- He directly influenced the flow of specific scenes in the dailies, but he was not present for the final cutting.
- The activities and experiences that constitute a person’s normal existence: the routines of my daily lifeMore example sentences
- The way you experience your daily life will hinder your ability to cope.
- It is true that people take their cues from what they see and experience in daily life.
- This summary of body image accords with the common experiences of daily life.