Idioms with DAY

day after day
every day for a long time
We hear the same complaints day after day.

day by day
slowly and gradually
He’s much better now and getting stronger day by day.

any day now
very soon
The decision could be announced any day now.

these days
nowadays; at the present time
It seems that everyone has a cell phone these days.

to this day
up to now; even now, after a very long time
To this day, I still don’t know why he did that.

one day
at some time in the future
She hopes to have her own business one day.

one day
on a particular day in the past
I went to their house one day and had lunch with them.

the other day
recently
I saw Jane the other day.

back in the day
in the past
They had a house with a swimming pool back in the day.

have seen better days
to be old and in bad condition
The jacket he wore had seen better days.

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