day one

noun, often capitalized D&O

Definition of day one

: the first day or very beginning of something

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Examples of day one in a Sentence

We've known this about the project since Day One. since day one of this project, we've always insisted that we would create the best product possible without any consideration of cost

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Against Chelsea on day one, Rashford converted from penalty spot and later displayed great composure to finish calmly after latching onto a long through ball. SI.com, "Why Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Is the Perfect Manager for Marcus Rashford & Anthony Martial," 23 Aug. 2019 Check out all the highlights Billboard caught on day one. Taylor Weatherby, Billboard, "Lollapalooza Day 1: The Chainsmokers Come Full Circle, Normani Holds Her Own & 9 More Best Moments," 2 Aug. 2019 The next president can draw ideas from it on day one. David Roberts, Vox, "The 4 best ideas from Jay Inslee’s new climate justice plan," 30 July 2019 Janelle Monae kickstarted the movement on day one by wearing Thom Browne’s irreverent separates and a playful red newsboy cap. Janelle Okwodu, Vogue, "All the Best Fashion From Wimbledon 2019," 11 July 2019 Kentucky left-handed pitcher Zack Thompson and Louisville first baseman Logan Wyatt were both picked on day one. Jon Hale, The Courier-Journal, "Morning Coffee: How did Kentucky schools perform in this year's MLB draft?," 4 June 2019 Each station timed the students for 30 minutes on day one and one hour on day two. Ramona Sentinel, "Students give standout performance at national SkillsUSA," 17 July 2019 Its inclusion in 13 Reasons Why, reportedly against the professional counsel of suicide prevention experts who consulted on the series throughout production on its first season, had made the show controversial from day one. Isaac Feldberg, Fortune, "Netflix Re-Edits Controversial ’13 Reasons Why’ Suicide Scene Two Years Later," 16 July 2019 But these moms put in the effort so their babies are as poisonous as possible from day one. National Geographic, "Bats regurgitate nectar for their babies—a new discovery," 12 July 2019

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First Known Use of day one

1971, in the meaning defined above

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day one

noun

English Language Learners Definition of day one

: the first day or very beginning of something

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