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Old December 29, 2009, 08:15 PM
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@Lou Ann: People can also say "es el pan nuestro de cada día". It means the same and the religious reference is even more evident.
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Okay, it's correct. I don't understand the context. Please help me with the context. In English, "daily bread" is a positive thing. In this context it is a negative thing. Therefore I do not understand.
It's could be a context of the routine that you have everyday.

I mean, when I have to work, I can say, I have do the same like hay que hacer el pan de cada dia.
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