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    It's what gets me through the day.

    It's what gets me through the day.
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    Hi,
    I searched for the above blue sentence in the dictionaries but couldn't find any reference.
    Would you please tell me what it means? Why can't I find it in the dictionaries?


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    Re: It's what gets me through the day.

    Dictionaries list common idioms and, depending on their size, phrases. The one you're asking about apparently isn't common enough to be included.

    In the quoted sentence, it refers to "music". The person relies on music to help her wake up, be productive at work, and relax in the evening.
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