day-to-day

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

day–to–day

adjective \ˈdā-tə-ˌdā\

: done or happening every day

: preparing for one day at a time without thinking about the future

Full Definition of DAY-TO-DAY

1
:  taking place, made, or done in the course of days <in charge of day–to–day operations>; also :  everyday <day–to–day life>
2
:  providing for a day at a time with little thought for the future <an aimless day–to–day existence>

First Known Use of DAY-TO-DAY

1862

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