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diary meaning

[ 'daiəri ]   Pronunciation:
Synonyms of "diary""diary" in a sentence
  • Noun: diary  dI(u)ree
    1. A daily written record of (usually personal) experiences and observations
      - journal 
    2. A personal journal (as a physical object)

    Derived forms: diaries

    See also: diarist

    Type of: journal, piece of writing, writing, written material

    Encyclopedia: Diary

  • [Business]
    noun [C] (plural diaries)

    1 (especially BrE) (AmE usually datebook) (also appointment book, BrE, AmE)

    a book with spaces for each day of the year in which you write down things you have to do; an electronic device or program that you use in the same way:

    My diary is full until June.

    Can you find space in your diary (= do you have time) for a meeting on the 23rd?


    ❖ to make a note of sth/put sth/write sth in a diary

    ◆ a desk/an electronic/a pocket diary


    a book in which you can write down the events that occur each day:

    I kept a diary of the project (= wrote down what happened each day).

    You should record the steps taken in a brief diary entry.

  • Guard it as you would a diary.
  • There is no entry in his diary for that day.
  • She kept a diary for over twenty years.
  • I would hate my diary to get into the wrong hands.
  • He drummed his fingers lightly on his desk diary.
  • I'll look in my diary to see if i'm free next wednesday.
  • The diary would be reduced to ashes and himself to vapor.
  • I have neglected this diary ever since our arrival in lourdes.
  • In his diaries he speculated about the possible identity of elli.
  • Reporter silverman kept this diary of the days leading up to lift-off.
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