Have a good day! Have an awesome day! I hope your day is great! I hope your day goes well.Mar 12, 2021
|live up||enjoy life|
|spree||have a wild time|
|go out on the town||eat, drink, and be merry|
|have a fling||have a night on the tiles|
|kick up one’s heels||frolic|
Hope your day is flippin’ awesome! Have a glorious day and a blessed week! Wishing the best day ever to one of the best people ever! Hope your day is as awesome as you are.
Both are actually the same expressions.
They are the same! When you are departing from someone. You or the other person will usually say: “Have a nice day!” Or “Have a good day!” But, if you are talking about your day, you would only say “I’m having a good day.” People don’t usually say “I’m having a nice day.”
US. : goodbye —used especially as way of saying goodbye to customers in a store or business that one has dealt with only briefly Thank you. Have a nice day!
|whoop it up||celebrate|
|large it||let loose|
|spree||eat, drink, and be merry|
|have a nice day||farewell|
|goodbye||have a good one|
|have a good day||HAND|
verb. 1’he enjoys playing the piano’ like, love, be fond of, be entertained by, be amused by, be pleased by, find pleasure in, take pleasure in, be keen on, delight in, appreciate, rejoice in, relish, revel in, adore, lap up, savour, luxuriate in, bask in, wallow in, glory in.
In this page you can discover 78 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for enjoy, like: delight-in, savor, appreciate, gratifying, like, own, enjoyment, luxuriate in, endure, revel in and relish.
|bon appetit!||chow down!|
|eat hearty!||eat up!|
Well, “you have a good day” is a correct sentence in American English. In this context, it’s an imperative and it’s cceptable because you can use a pronoun if you’re addressing someone directly.
Have a good day is a positive and hopeful sentence and can be used during the day until sundown. After that you could say did you have a good day? This then Opens up lines of communication about what happened during day.
If they turn you down or make an excuse, thank them anyway and tell them to have a nice day. I hope you enjoyed the flight and thanks for flying with American Airlines, have a nice day. And he went upstairs and looked in my room and my kids’ room and came back downstairs and told me to have a nice day.
The sentence “have a nice day” is imperative: that is, it is a command. Even if one adds “please”, it is still imperative.
US, informal. —used to say one hopes the person spoken to will have an enjoyable day.
Other Ways to Say “Have a Great Day”
Have an awesome day! I hope your day is great! I hope your day goes well. Today will be the best!
You could use this phrase when expressing positive feelings about the rest of the day. Normally, you would add the words “of us” after this phrase. Explanation provided by a TextRanch English expert.
Have a good time!: Have fun! Enjoy yourself! idiom.
|have fun||have a ball|
|whoop it up||have the time of your life|
|live extravagantly||live in clover|
enjoyable, yummy, tempting, enticing, delectable, pleasant, heavenly, delightful, luscious, tasty, rich, appetizing, savory, distinctive, piquant, exquisite, spicy, sweet, good, lush.
Senior Member. Appropriate e-mail closings, as with just about everything else in English, depend upon context — as Egmont demonstrates above. I would not say “have a good day” in an e-mail sent at 8 p.m., for example. Neither would I use it habitually.
If the person is saying, “Have a good day!” as the end of the conversation, it is polite to say, “Thanks, you too!” This shows that you hope they have a good day as well.
There could be numerous ways to respond to “Have a good one!” “See you around.“, “Take care.”, See ya”, “You too”, “Bye!”, “See you later.”, Let’s touch base.” and many many others.