The thing that exists when a yellow/orange ball is visible in the sky. Quite unlike night strangely.
It's a new day after that cold night.
от Gizzle_m0F0 16 август 2007
An expression used to signify the passing of a long period of time. When used it does not literally mean several days but instead can be used to refer to a period of time ranging from a few hours to a few years depending on usage.
I havn't eaten in days. (Used to represent several hours)

I havn't been to Chuckey Cheese in days. (Used to represent several years)
от imperial7358 15 август 2005
the worst part of the earth rotation!
let me sleep for just a few more hours...
see:lazy
от Maryanne E. M. 09 юли 2004
A milder form of the hutchie, where a person suddenly leaves his or her workplace for the rest of the day without notice but returns the next working day.
My boss annoyed me today so badly that I did a day.
от DaJoMas 29 август 2006
days- when something is taking a long amount of time.
-that nigga be taking days

-we have been here for days

-they be taking days to get our food
от big daddy kelley 27 май 2008
A term used to reject an invitation or disagree with a comment you just made. Similar to "ya right".
Example #1:
Girl: Hey, wanna come over tonight?
Guy: Is your brother gonna be home?
Girl: Yeah, can you make it?
Guy: DAY!!

Example #2:
Guy: Yo look at that girl she's so hot!
Guy #2: DAY! Her hair looks like a mop!
от Married To The Mob 05 февруари 2010
Adjective used to describe something of great quantity, extent, or duration.

Also, an adverb used to modify an adjective such as long or many.
Was she cute?
Dude, she was days cute.

Do you want to go to the lake Saturday?
No man, I can't. I've got days worth of studying to do.

She looks days skanky wearing all that makeup.
от johntex 08 декември 2004

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