daily

daily
'deili
1. adjective
(happening etc every day: a daily walk; This is part of our daily lives.) diario

2. adverb
(every day: I get paid daily.) diariamente, a diario

3. noun
1) (a newspaper published every day: We take three dailies.) diario
2) ((also daily help) a person who is paid to come regularly and help with the housework: Our daily (help) comes on Mondays.) asistente doméstico
daily1 adj diario / cotidiano
a daily newspaper un periódico diario
daily2 adv diariamente / cada día
twice daily dos veces al día
daily
tr['deɪlɪ]
adjective
1 (newspaper, prayers) diario,-a; (routine) diario,-a, cotidiano,-a
our daily bread el pan nuestro de cada día
he is paid on a daily basis le pagan por días
adverb
1 diariamente, a diario
twice daily dos veces al día
noun
1 (newspaper) diario
noun (pl dailies) (Also daily help)
1 SMALLBRITISH ENGLISH/SMALL familiar (cleaning woman) asistenta, mujer nombre femenino de la limpieza
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to earn one's daily bread ganarse la vida, ganarse el pan
daily ['deɪli] adv
: a diario, diariamente
daily adj
: diario, cotidiano
daily n, pl -lies : diario m , periódico m
daily
adj.
cada día adj.
cotidiano, -a adj.
diario, -a adj.
ordinario, -a adj.
adv.
diariamente adv.
n.
diario s.m.

I 'deɪli
adjective (before n) <newspaper/prayers> diario; <walk/visit> diario, cotidiano

employed/paid on a daily basis — contratado/pagado por día(s)


II
adverb a diario, diariamente

III
noun (pl -lies) diario m, periódico m
['deɪlɪ]
1. ADJ
1) (=occurring each day) diario

there are daily flights from Manchester to Munich — hay vuelos diarios de Manchester a Munich, hay vuelos de Manchester a Munich diariamente

on a daily basis(=every day) diariamente

they are paid on a daily basis — (=by the day) les pagan por días or por día trabajado; (=every day) les pagan cada día

our daily bread — el pan nuestro de cada día

daily newspaper — diario m , periódico m

incidents of this kind are a daily occurrence — este tipo de incidentes ocurre diariamente or a diario

2) (=normal, everyday) cotidiano

the daily grind — la rutina diaria

the daily life of a primary school teacher — la vida cotidiana de un profesor de primaria

we went about our daily lives as if nothing had happened — continuamos con nuestra vida normal como si nada hubiera pasado

the daily round — la rutina diaria

2.
ADV diariamente, a diario

incidents of this kind happen daily — este tipo de incidentes ocurre diariamente or a diario

the ticket office is open daily — la taquilla abre diariamente or todos los días

twice daily — dos veces al día

3. N
1) (=newspaper) diario m , periódico m
2) (esp Brit)
*

daily (help or woman) — asistenta f , chacha * f

* * *

I ['deɪli]
adjective (before n) <newspaper/prayers> diario; <walk/visit> diario, cotidiano

employed/paid on a daily basis — contratado/pagado por día(s)


II
adverb a diario, diariamente

III
noun (pl -lies) diario m, periódico m

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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