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EtymologyEdit

Variant of year dot.

PronunciationEdit

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NounEdit

day dot

  1. (slang, Australia, New Zealand) A very long time ago; as far back as one can remember.
    • I've always said right from day dot that New Zealand and Perth are going to be the teams to beat, because they have been there and done that.
      2017, "Basketball: Beware the Breakers in ANBL playoffs", New Zealand Herald [1]
    • From day dot, Walsh has had a master plan.
      2016, John Bailey, "Is art really just about bonking? MONA's David Walsh ruffles feathers (again)", The Sydney Morning Herald, [2]

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