n (book used for a) daily record of events, thoughts, appointments, etc 日记; 日志; 日记簿
*keep (ie write regularly in) a diary 记日记.
1500-1600; Language: Latin;Origin:
diarium, from dies 'day'
a book in which you write down the things that happen to you each day
= journal Inge kept a diary (=wrote in a diary) during the war years.diary entry
(=what you have written for a particular day) especially BrE
a book with separate spaces for each day of the year, in which you write down the meetings, events etc that are planned for each day
American Equivalent: calendar Did you put the meeting date in your diary ?
1. When she came to visit, I would hide my diary. 每当她来我们家时，我都会把日记藏起来。
2. The last entry I would ever make in my diary from Hitler's Berlin: 我在希特勒统治下的柏林的最后一则日记该这样写：
3. He keeps a diary in English. 他用英语写日记.
4. My Berlin diary for December 2 was limited to four words. 12月2日我的柏林日记只有4个字。