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some day

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(also someday)

Definition of some day in English:

adverb

At some time in the future: some day I’ll live in the countryside
More example sentences
  • I live in hope that someday, someone out there wants the same things that you do.
  • He says he plans to start a family someday, but it's not clear how he could swing it.
  • I need a lot more money to support my family, especially if someday I have a baby.

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