Idioms

day-to-day
daily, everyday
The president was not involved in the day-to-day running of the university.
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  • daylight robbery
  • days running
  • dead ahead
  • dead as a doornail
  • dead center
  • dead duck
  • dead end
  • dead in one's tracks
  • dead letter
  • dead loss
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  • clear up (something) or clear (something) up
  • have (something) on file
  • more and more
  • rub (someone) the wrong way
  • levelheaded
  • hang up (something) or hang (something) up
  • (not) know the first thing about something
  • hit a plateau
  • take (someone's) pulse
  • have a whale of a time

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