day-to-day

[dey-tuh-dey]
adjective
1.
occurring each day; daily: day-to-day chores; day-to-day worries.
2.
concerned only with immediate needs or desires without preparation for the future.

Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English

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day-to-day
 
adj
routine; everyday: day-to-day chores

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Example sentences
That's by day-to-day intention-to live simpler and lighter on the planet.
Environmental issues are not a charitable adjunct to normal day-to-day business.
It would be a place where he could belly up to a local bar and hear real people
  talk about day-to-day trivialities.
Comic books about the day-to-day lives of dinosaurs pop up only every once in a
  while.
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