Daily definition

dālē
Frequency:
Every day.

Exercise daily.

adverb
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Done, happening, published, etc. every day or every weekday.
adjective
6
2
Every day; day after day.
adverb
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Once a day.

Wind the clock daily.

adverb
4
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A newspaper published every day or every weekday.
noun
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(UK, slang) A daily disposable.
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noun
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Happening or done every day.

The physician's daily rounds.

adjective
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A daily means a newspaper that comes out every day.

An example of a daily is a paper published each morning.

noun
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A daily newspaper.
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Daily is defined as every day or day after day.

An example of daily used as an adverb is in the phrase "daily running," which means running that happens every day.

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The definition of daily is done, published or calculated every day.

An example of something daily is a daily delivery of supplies to a restaurant.

adjective
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Quotidian, that occurs every day, or at least every working day.
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Diurnal, by daylight, as opposed to nightly.
adjective
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Quotidianly, every day.
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A newspaper that is published every day.
noun
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(UK) A cleaner who comes in daily.
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The first, unedited print of movie film usually viewed after a day's shooting; the rushes.
noun
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Computed or assessed for each day.

A daily record.

adjective
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Everyday.

Casual clothes only for daily use.

adjective
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Calculated by the day.

Daily rate.

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Of or occurring during the day.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
daily
Plural:
dailies

Origin of daily

  • Middle English dayly from Old English dæglīc from dæg day day

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Middle English dayly, from Old English dæġlīċ, from dæġ + -līċ (equivalent to modern day +‎ -ly).

    From Wiktionary