113.- English idioms with DAY

English idioms with DAY


  • Day in day out

Something happens repeatedly or regularly over a long period of time.

Joe continued with the same routine, day in day out, without a break, until he retired las year.


  • Save the day

Stop bad things from happening, or rescue a dramatic situation.

Thank you for bringing in some snacks to share with everyone. You saved the day.


  • In this day and age

In this modern times.

In this day and age you really need to stand out from the crowd.


  • Call it a day.

To decide to stop doing something because you¡re tired (or bored) and feel you can’t be productive anymore.

I think it’s better we just call it a day, we’ve run out of ideas. We can pick up this up again tomorrow.

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