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    to the day

    Hi,
    can I use the idiom 'to the day' with reference to the future? For example in a sentence like "You will have to repay me next year to the day"

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: to the day

    Welcome to the forum, Fizzy_Bubbele.

    The meaning is clear, but I'd say, 'You will have to repay me on this actual date next year'.

    Click here to read examples of 'to the day' in a variety of contexts.

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