Idiom: Day after day
Idiom: day after day
- several days continuously repeated
- every day
- Day after day I went to the Apple Store to try to get the new iPhone but the sold out. After two weeks, I decided to order one online.
- This summer my daughter played tennis day after day until she developed tennis elbow.
- I had to change jobs because I got tired of driving through an hour of rush hour traffic to and from work day after day.
- I don't want to hear you complain about dinner anymore. Can't you appreciate what it's like to have to cook day after day?
- My English is good because I've practiced day after day for several years, not because I have a talent for languages.
- Day after day my husband makes a complete mess of the house so I've told him will have to hire a maid if he doesn't keep things cleaner.
- You can accomplish huge goals by taking tiny steps day after day.
- I've noticed you've been buying coffee from us each morning day after day for the past year and would like to offer you free coffee this week to show our appreciation.
- I'm glad it's the summer so I don't have to nag my children day after day to do their homework.
- again and again
- time after time
- time and again
- day in day out
- over and over
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