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De die in diem

“De die in diem” is a Latin phrase that can be translated into English as “from day to day” or “day by day.” It implies that something is happening or changing gradually over time, with a focus on the progression or development from one day to the next. This expression is often used to describe ongoing or continuous processes.

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