Day-to-day meaning

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Of or relating to a player who is on the verge of recovery from an injury that impedes or prevents the ability to play.
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Subsisting one day at a time with little regard for the future.

Lived a day-to-day existence.

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Everyday; daily; routine.
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Very short-term and hence requiring daily reevaluation.

The ballplayer's injury was listed as day-to-day.

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(idiomatic) Ordinary or mundane.

One has to deal with the day-to-day chores.

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(idiomatic) Happening every day.

I would like to know about the day-to-day workings of the business.

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(idiomatic, US, sports) Subject to daily redetermination.

He has an ankle sprain and his status is day-to-day.

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(idiomatic) On a daily basis.

The cost of gasoline is determined day-to-day.

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(idiomatic) Ordinary, monotonous routine; that which is usual or mundane.

People come here to escape the day-to-day.

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Alternative spelling of day-to-day.
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Occurring on a routine or daily basis.

The day-to-day movements of the stock market.

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