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Definition of good day in English:

exclamation

Expressing good wishes on meeting or parting during the day.
Example sentences
  • The man became a little bit aggressive to me as I wished him a sarcastic good day.
  • As we left, seven hours later, he was still there, still wishing us a good day and still wanting to know how we were.
  • Family and friends wish Adrian a good day with special wishes from the big sis down under.

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