Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

done for the day

done for the day
1) a phrase meaning to finish working on a task on a specific day
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    • when I'm finished this, I'll be done for the day
  • Analysis

    The expression 'to be done for the day' means to be finished work or to be finished your tasks until tomorrow. Usually, you might say this if you have had a lot to do or you are very tired after work.

  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. Taxi Driver: When I drop you off I'll be done for the day.
    2. As soon as the clock struck 5 pm, the factory workers were done for the day.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. We've been in this meeting for over two hours. I think we're done for the day.
    2. I know you worked late yesterday, just finish up what you're working on and then you're done for the day.
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