el día entero

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el día entero
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general)
a. the whole day
¿Te vas a pasar el día entero en cama viendo TV?Are you going to spend the whole day in bed watching TV?
b. all day
Parece que va a llover el día entero. - Lo sé, y yo que quería ir a la playa.It looks like it's going to rain all day. - I know, and I wanted to go to the beach.
c. all day long
No te voy a esperar el día entero, Diego. Si no estás abajo en cinco minutos, me voy sin ti.I'm not going to wait for you all day long, Diego. If you're not downstairs in five minutes, I'll leave without you.
d. the entire day
Ma pase el día entero en reuniones. Estoy exhausta.I spent the entire day in meetings. I'm exhausted.
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