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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. whole day
Algunas calles están cerradas debido a la visita del líder extranjero. - Ya lo sé. Me he pasado el día entero atascado en tráfico.Some streets are closed due to the visit of the foreign leader. - I know. I've been stuck in traffic the whole day.
b. entire day
Preparar este informe me va a tomar el día entero.Drafting this report is going to take me the entire day.
c. all day
He estado tratando de contactarte el día entero. ¿Dónde estabas?I've been trying to contact you all day. Where were you?
d. full day
Lo poco que pude ver de Singapur me gustó, pero no pasé ni un día entero ahí.I liked the little I saw of Singapore, but I didn't even spend a full day there.
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