This idiom may be literally translated as "one day yes and one day no" and may also be written "día sí, día no."
un día sí y un día nophrase
1. (idiom) (on alternate days)
¿Cada cuánto recogen la basura en tu pueblo? - Un día sí y un día no.How often do they pick up the trash in your town? - Every other day.
2. (idiom) (every day; used emphatically)
En este barrio hay redadas de la policía un día sí y un día no.There are police raids in this area every single day.
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