diary

noun
1 for writing down what happens each day
ADJECTIVE
detailed
daily
personal, private, secret
food, travel

He jotted down observations on the places he visited in his travel diary.

online, video
VERB + DIARY
keep

I starting keeping a diary when I was thirteen.

note sth in, record sth in, write sth in

‘It's all over,’ he wrote in his diary for April 21.

read

No one is allowed to read my diary.

DIARY + NOUN
entry
PREPOSITION
in a/your diary

I've made a note in my diary.

PHRASES
an entry in a diary
2 (BrE) for appointments ⇨ See also ↑datebook
ADJECTIVE
appointments, bookings, engagement, social
desk, pocket
electronic
VERB + DIARY
have sth in

I didn't have the meeting in my diary.

put sth in, write sth in

Put it in your diary before you forget.

PREPOSITION
in a/your diary

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