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Diary or Dairy

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1. diary ['dairi](n) (1) a daily record, usually private, especially of the writer's own experiences, observations, feelings, attitudes, etc. (2) refer to a book to write down records (3) a book or pad containing pages marked and arranged in calendar order, in which to note appointments and the like (synonims - jurnal, log, daybook, chronicle)

1. I kept a diary during my teenage years.
2. Each new day is a blank page in the diary of our life. It's our job to write something beautiful on it.
3. Anne Frank's diary made a very big impression on me at age 13.

2. dairy ['dri] (n) refer to a place (department, room, or a building), which is used to keep milk, cheese, creem or for the processing of milk products (cheese, milk, butter, etc.); a shop that sells milk, butter, etc.; a company that supplies milk and milk products; milk and milk products themselves are known as dairy

1. This dairy produces excellent cheese and butter.
2. My mother buys milk and butter from the nearest dairy.
3. Jannet can't eat too much dairy because it hurts her stomach.

3. dairy['dri] (adj) it is used to describe such products that contain milk or are made from milk (cream, cheese, etc.) or to describe a place where products such as milk, cheese, butter, etc. are produced (diary farm)

1. Susan's grandparents have a small farm which satisfies their own needs of eags, meat and dairy products.
2. There are always fresh milk, cheese, and other dairy products at the supermarket near our house.
3. Our family buy milk and cheese only from Tom's dairy farm.

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