Definition of everyday in English:

everyday

Line breaks: every|day
Pronunciation: /ˈɛvrɪdeɪ
 
, -ˈdeɪ/

adjective

[attributive]

adverb

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  • Each day; daily: I get up at six every day
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    • I like the round up show they do everyday.
    • Sure, the girls had to wear the same dress everyday.
    • I read the phrase in the newspaper nearly everyday.

Usage

The adjective everyday, meaning ‘happening or used every day’ or ‘commonplace’ ( everyday chores ), is written as one word, whereas the adverb meaning ‘each day, daily’ ( I get up at six every day ) is written as two.

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