This idiom is used within a sentence. For example, you can be in a meeting, and when you’ve had enough, or you would like to bring the meeting to an end, you could say: let’s call it a day.
It’s a useful little idiom because it’s equally employed within professional and non-professional settings.
Here are some examples of situations where you might hear it:
- You’re working on a school project and you want to finish up for the day.
- You’re at work and it’s getting late.
- You’re in a meeting and you’d like to move onto something else.
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