Betekenis van:
call it a day

to call it a day
    • stop doing what one is doing




    call it a day


    1. Let's call it a day.
    2. Let's just call it a day.
    3. Why don't we call it a day?
    4. Why don't you call it a day?
    5. Let's call it a day today.
    6. I think I'll call it a day.
    7. Well, shall we call it a day?
    8. I'm afraid I'll have to call it a day.
    9. Why don't we call it a day and go home?
    10. I think it's time for me to call it a day.
    11. On this day in 1887 appeared in Warsaw a booklet of Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof about the "International Language". Its size was modest, its motto ambitious: "For a language to be an international one, is not enough to call it as such." The name of the author was given as "Dr. Esperanto".
    12. Lidl’s bid was first put forward on 23 August 2005 by a phone call to the Municipal Chief Executive Officer followed by an e-mail sent on the same day. The bid was not submitted by more formal means because Lidl had just become aware that the sale was to take place at a price of SEK 1 on the following day. It can be assumed that there was therefore no time for formalising the bid in any other way;
    13. Trade date (T): the date on which a trade (i.e. an agreement on a financial transaction between two counterparties) is struck. The trade date might coincide with the settlement date for the transaction (same-day settlement) or precede the settlement date by a specified number of business days (the settlement date is specified as T + the settlement lag). Treaty: the Treaty establishing the European Community. It is often referred to as the ‘Treaty of Rome’, as amended. Trigger point: a pre-specified level of the value of the liquidity provided at which a margin call is executed. Valuation date: the date on which the assets underlying credit operations are valued.