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Definition of "a-day" []

  • The five portions of fruit and vegetables that people are recommended to eat every day as part of a healthy diet (noun)

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Use "a-day" in a sentence
  • "Daily traffic of 100 to 150 trucks a day had slowed overnight to perhaps 15-a-day, he said."
  • "For example, it's almost certainly cheaper to lower heart attacks by getting people to be a bit more healthy (diet exercise) than to spend billions developing drugs just to accomodate a Big Mac a-day habit."
  • ""It should not be a big difference because quite frankly, this is a 24/7, 365-a-day threat," Mr. Sheehan said."
  • ""It should not be a big difference because quite frankly, this is a 24/7, 365-a-day threat," Mr. Sheehan said."
  • "The deal requires Western Environmental Inc. and its affiliate Waste Reduction Technologies to reduce the size of the contaminated soil piles there, treat them with water and chemicals, plus cover compost piles that have smelly soy-whey materials — under the threat of up to $7,000-a-day fines."