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My new book, a diary of that period, is my right of reply. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was like reading the diary of my life. The Sun (2013)They must write all their meal choices down each day in a food diary. The Sun (2009) Use your diary to help you identify what may be upsetting your guts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She kept her literacy skills up with a daily diary and had her own budget. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Back in the house it had been my intention to write up my diary. THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)Your son could keep a diary to record any dry nights that he has. Families and Friends - how to help your child form happy relationships. (1989)Things have changed a lot since the days of diaries. The Sun (2012)It is a gruelling life with a diary full of engagements and precious little purpose. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Then book her an appointment and take the food diary with you. The Sun (2015)This shocking story uses evidence including diaries and letters. The Sun (2016)Mobile phones should be willingly left lying around for all to see and ditto your daily diary. The Sun (2016)Here is the diary of my day. The Sun (2009)Ten dreary pages devoted to her food diary. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And try keeping a daily exercise diary. The Sun (2014)To answer the question, you had to look to letters and diaries for clues. Christianity Today (2000)Do you have a favourite diary entry from the past 30 years? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Schedule training in your diary Write down what you plan to do for a week. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In detailed diaries, he recorded what we would call its ecology. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Senior managers have reduced their booked diary time, allowing the large proportion to remain unscheduled. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She said No letters or diary survive. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In December she recorded a video diary calling for assisted suicide to be legalised. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A vivid and powerful diary of life in the trenches. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Ditch the diary Use a digital calendar that the whole family can use and send out reminders by email. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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British English: diary /ˈdaɪərɪ/ NOUN
A diary is a notebook with a separate space for each day of the year.
I read the entry from his diary for July 10, 1940.
- American English: datebook appointments
- Arabic: يَوْمِيَّات
- Brazilian Portuguese: diário
- Chinese: 日志
- Croatian: dnevnik
- Czech: diář
- Danish: dagbog
- Dutch: dagboek
- European Spanish: diario
- Finnish: päiväkirja
- French: agenda
- German: Terminkalender
- Greek: ημερολόγιο
- Italian: diario
- Japanese: 日記
- Korean: 일기 일지
- Norwegian: dagbok
- Polish: pamiętnik
- European Portuguese: diário
- Romanian: jurnal
- Russian: дневник
- Spanish: diario
- Swedish: dagbok
- Thai: สมุดบันทึกประจำวัน
- Turkish: ajanda
- Ukrainian: щоденник
- Vietnamese: nhật ký
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