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The very beginning; the very first day. (.Typically: from ; since.) You haven't done anything right since day one! She was unhappy with her new car from day one. McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Since Day 1 Records, LLC, Atlanta, Georgia. 650 likes 5 talking about this. Since Day 1 Records is an independent Record Label based in Atlanta, Georgia & is owned by Antonio and Robin Lewis. Since Day One is the culmination of years of work from the entire team and is 100% skateboarding.

v. collectively or individually finding someone/something to blame for a problem, as opposed to brainstorming which connotes finding solutions to a problem
n. the act of finding someone/something to blame for a problem
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Always been real, since the beginning. Andrew begins to imagine that he has been mistranslated, or — what is the word? — supertranslated, his novel given to an unacknowledged genius of a poet who worked his mediocre English into breathtaking Italian. Since day one, Donald Trump has been an autocrat in the making Illustration: Guardian Design Masha Gessen’s new book, extracted here, looks at a presidency built on a devastating abuse of power.

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from day one

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From the first day or the beginning of something. Honestly, I've loved Frank from day one, long before we officially started dating.I'm sorry, but your assistant has annoyed me from day one! How can you stand her constant cheerfulness?If we're going to be successful, we need to do things properly from day one.
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from day one

COMMON People use from day one to talk about something that happens from the very beginning of an activity or a process. When I am treating patients with mild symptoms, I do not always prescribe a special diet from day one.Molly and I didn't get on from day one.
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from day one

from the very beginning.
1996ChristopherBrookmyreQuite Ugly One Morning The system churns out junior doctors who have paid bugger-all attention to the meat and two veg medicine they will find themselves up to their necks in from day one.
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from day ˈone

(Dayspoken) from the beginning: Marked since day 1This arrangement has never worked from day one.
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from day one

Since long ago; also, from the beginning. This twentieth-century locution continues to be used in both senses. The former appears in, “The weather forecasts have been wrong from day one.” Dermot Healy had the latter sense in Goat’s Song (1994): “From day one I was hung up on my son.” See also since the beginning of time.
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