Definition of 'day one'
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One day one thing is happening and the next day something else is happening. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The importance of having the right advice from day one. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's day one of a new cultural retreat. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Here, right from day one you are learning and working hard. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The full moon links you to an unusual work team, and you love it from day one. The Sun (2012)In fact, he loved it from day one and split up with his girlfriend in the first term. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Not bad for day one. The Sun (2015)A three-month waiting period will save employers wasting time enrolling new recruits on day one only to see them leave on day three. Times, Sunday Times (2010)From day one, when new staff are given a bottle of bubbly and a bunch of flowers, they are made to feel comfortable. Times, Sunday Times (2007)X FACTOR fans will get a double helping of the show from day one for the first time. The Sun (2013)
The arriving officer had, he knew, been one of the prime instigators of this investigation since Day One. NIMITZ CLASS (1997)
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