- N-SINGIf something happens from day one of a process, it happens right from the beginning. If it happens on day one, it happens right at the beginning.
This has been a bad inquiry from day one...
On day one of the election campaign the National and Liberal Party leaders were neck and neck.
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Day One — may refer to: Day One (band), a trip hop band from Bristol Day One (Birds of Tokyo album), a 2007 album by Birds of Tokyo Day One (film), a 1989 television film Day One (Sarah Slean album), a 2004 album by Sarah Slean Day One (Snob Scrilla album) … Wikipedia
Day One — est un téléfilm américain réalisé en 1989. Diffusé pour la première fois sur CBS le 5 mars 1989, il raconte l histoire de la création de la première bombe atomique par une équipe de physiciens dirigés par Robert Oppenheimer pendant la… … Wikipédia en Français
day one — day′ one′ n. cvb (often caps.) the beginning; inception • Etymology: 1975–80 … From formal English to slang
Day One — n. [also d o ] Informal the beginning of some period … English World dictionary
day one — noun also day 1 Usage: often capitalized D&O : the first day of something : the beginning of an activity or enterprise the trip was great from day one * * * (often caps.) the very first day or beginning of something. [1975 80] * * * day one … Useful english dictionary
day one — n. the first day. □ You haven’t done anything right since day one! You’re fired! □ She was unhappy with her new car even on day one … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
day one — noun The very beginning Ive been with this project since day one … Wiktionary
day one — See from day one … English idioms
day one — /deɪ ˈwʌn/ (say day wun) noun the first day of a new enterprise … Australian English dictionary
day one — noun Usage: often capitalized D&O Date: 1971 the first day or very beginning of something … New Collegiate Dictionary