daily

daily
daily [{{t}}'deɪlɪ] (pl dailies)
1 adjective
(routine, task) quotidien, de tous les jours; (output, wage) journalier;
to be paid on a daily basis être payé à la journée;
(to earn) one's daily bread (gagner) son pain quotidien;
{{}}Bible{{}} give us this day our daily bread donne-nous aujourd'hui notre pain de ce jour
2 adverb
tous les jours, quotidiennement;
twice daily deux fois par jour
3 noun
(a) (newspaper) quotidien m
(b) {{}}British{{}} {{}}familiar{{}} (servant) femme f de ménage (qui vient tous les jours)
(c) {{}}Cinema{{}} & {{}}Television{{}}
dailies rushes mpl
►► {{}}Horseracing{{}} daily double = pari unique portant sur le gagnant de deux courses de chevaux ayant lieu le même jour;
{{}}British{{}} {{}}familiar{{}} {{}}old-fashioned{{}} daily dozen gym f quotidienne ;
{{}}Press{{}} the Daily Express = quotidien britannique populaire de droite;
{{}}familiar{{}} the daily grind le train-train quotidien;
{{}}British{{}} daily help, daily maid femme f de ménage (qui vient tous les jours);
{{}}Press{{}} the Daily Mail = quotidien britannique de droite;
{{}}Press{{}} the Daily Mirror = quotidien britannique populaire centriste;
{{}}Stock Exchange{{}} Daily Official List cours mpl de clôture quotidiens;
daily paper quotidien m;
the daily round la tournée quotidienne;
{{}}familiar{{}} the daily routine le train-train quotidien;
{{}}Press{{}} the Daily Sport = quotidien britannique traitant de l'actualité sportive et publiant de nombreuses photos de pin-ups;
{{}}Press{{}} the Daily Star = quotidien britannique populaire de droite;
{{}}Press{{}} the Daily Telegraph = quotidien britannique de tendance conservatrice;
{{}}Finance{{}} daily trading report rapport m de situation journalière

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