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Транскрипция и произношение слова "daily" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

daily / ежедневный, суточный, повседневный
[ˈdeɪli]
[ˈdeɪli]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
ежедневный
daily, everyday, quotidian, diurnal
суточный
daily, diurnal
повседневный
everyday, daily, casual, workaday, undress, day-to-day
наречие
ежедневно
daily
имя существительное
ежедневная газета
daily newspaper, daily
приходящая работница
daily, daily woman
Определения
имя прилагательное
done, produced, or occurring every day or every weekday.
a daily newspaper
наречие
every day.
the museum is open daily
имя существительное
a newspaper published every day except Sunday.
Indian Express Newspapers publishes dailies with a combined readership of more than 5 million, including the highly influential Indian Express and Financial Express.
the first prints from cinematographic takes, made rapidly for movie producers or editors; the rushes.
Looking through dailies , Capra spied a blond, squeaky voiced lady who caught his eye.
a woman who is employed to clean someone's house each day.
The Blethering Classes pretended their daily help or the woman in the corner shop was worried.
Примеры
He was paid a daily rate - irrespective of how many hours he worked - which was presented to him by cheque at irregular intervals.
At the moment, 90 % of Scots exceed the safe maximum daily intake of salt.
In our statement on the president's speech, we noted the comments of the British daily , the Guardian, published on January 30.
A new method of calculating costs should be devised, with barristers paid on a monthly or yearly basis, or for work done, rather than a daily rate.
The daily studio rate for models doing commercial work is between £400 and £500.
No other media has the kind of reach that the daily newspaper has - every day.
He subsequently outlined the plans for a €2.40 daily rate via display of two discs.
He is free on $3 million bail but must attend the court hearings daily .
During Lent, the daily weekday Mass will be at 8am in the parish church.
The Independent newspapers own the London daily and Sunday along with the Belfast Telegraph and Sunday Life.