US: /ˈdeɪɫi/
UK: /dˈe‍ɪli/

English Vietnamese dictionary

daily /'deili/
  • tính từ & phó từ
    • hằng ngày
      • one's daily bread: miếng ăn hằng ngày
      • most newspapers appear daily: hầu hết các báo đều xuất bản hằng ngày
  • danh từ
    • báo hàng ngày
    • (thông tục) người đàn bà giúp việc hằng ngày đến nhà

Advanced English dictionary

adjective, adverb, noun
+ adjective [only before noun]
1 happening, done or produced every day: a daily routine / visit / newspaper + events affecting the daily lives of millions of people + Invoices are signed on a daily basis.
2 connected with one day's work: They charge a daily rate.
Idioms: your daily bread the basic things that you need to live, especially food
+ adverb
every day: The machines are inspected twice daily.
+ noun (plural dailies)
1 a newspaper published every day except Sunday: The story was in all the dailies.
2 (also daily help) (old-fashioned, BrE) a person employed to come to sb's house each day to clean it and do other jobs

Thesaurus dictionary

1 diurnal, circadian, everyday, quotidian:
The daily papers reported nothing about the fire.
2 ordinary, common, commonplace, everyday, routine, regular:
Her trip to the market has become a daily occurrence.
3 constantly, always, habitually, day after day, regularly, every day, continually, continuously:
The trains run daily between here and London.

Concise English dictionary

+a newspaper that is published every day
+occurring or done each day
+measured by the day or happening every day
+without missing a day
+gradually and progressively