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Meaning of "Day in day out"



 
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Meaning of "Day in day out" #1 (permalink) Wed Apr 27, 2005 17:32 pm   Meaning of "Day in day out"
 

Test No. incompl/inter-38 "Save the Day", question 5

It just didn't stop raining throughout our holiday, day in day ..........

(a) over
(b) under
(c) up
(d) out

Test No. incompl/inter-38 "Save the Day", answer 5

It just didn't stop raining throughout our holiday, day in day out.

Correct answer: (d) out

Your answer was: incorrect
It just didn't stop raining throughout our holiday, day in day over.
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Day in day out #2 (permalink) Wed Apr 27, 2005 19:21 pm   Day in day out
 

This means every day without stopping.
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Day in day out #3 (permalink) Wed Apr 27, 2005 19:23 pm   Day in day out
 

Exactly. There was a famous song by David Bowie called Day in Day out.

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