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|day before yesterday||avantieri / l'altroieri (m)||ah-vahn-tyee-ree|
|last night||ieri sera||yer-ee seh-rah|
|day after tomorrow||dopodomani||doh-poh-doh-mahn-ee|
|day||il giorno||eel zhor-noh|
To say on Mondays, on Tuesdays, etc., use il before lunedì through sabato, and la before domenica.
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