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everyday

Pronunciation: /ˈevrideɪ/

Translation of everyday in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • (before noun/delante del nombre) [occurrence/problems/activities] de todos los días, cotidiano; [suit/clothes] de diario; [story/characters] (común y) corriente; [expression] corriente, de todos los días items in everyday use cosas (feminine plural) or objetos (masculine plural) de uso diario or corriente
    Example sentences
    • It helps your eyes blink, pushes you off the chair, allows you to run and do your everyday chores.
    • She was unable to carry out the simplest everyday chores and had had to abandon her previous job as a food hawker.
    • How many times does something happen in everyday life that seems like a terrible tragedy?
    Example sentences
    • The everyday familiarity of chicken makes the threat seem all the more plausible.
    • Now most of the guys he fought were just plain, everyday working men, mind you.
    • Nickel and iron are important elements used in a variety of everyday materials.

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