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Another day another dollar.
Is it taken from the song?
The important thing is that the phrase always relates back to work or money earned, so it could mean "An ordinary day (at work), nothing special," or "It was a boring day (of work)."Also, it could be used at the end of a very hard or stressful day of work (not just a boring one) to mean "Work was exhausting today, but at least I earned some money!"
Americans use this phrase to say that everything is ordinary, same routine. Nothing has changed and everything remains the same.Ron: Hey what's up?Carol: not much, another day another dollarRon: cool, wanna go to get some beer...Carol: sure, why not.
Another day’s work is done. The expression became current in the United States in the early twentieth century, presumably when a dollar a day was a living wage.
There is a similar expression "Another day another 50 cents".
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