A meaningless definition of time used in reference when speaking to the past. Most typically 'the other day' would connote to being as far back as a week or maybe two; but has been so grossly overused, and therefore, any meaningful annotation slaughtered, that it clearly can now define ANY period of past-time leaving the many delusional to refer to infinite time as just 'the other day'.
Bro 1: Dude, you totally still have a thing for your ex! Remember, you just got drunk and slept with her like, the other day!!

Bro 2: Nah dude, that was like, 6 months ago at the New Year's party, then she moved out of state & I haven't seen her since. It's June now, bro.
by MVDub June 05, 2012
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Any day from yesterday, to the day I was born.
Person 1- "Yea the other day I-"
Person 2- "The other day or seven months ago?"
Person 1- "Seven months ago....."
by claireaudreywuzhere September 30, 2020
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Probably very uncommon definition other than me and my friend group. The phrase is used as a code for a girl (guy if u female or gay) that you think is pretty. The reason this code works is because it’s somthing you could say in a sentence that not only stands out but blends in. Leaving any other party oblivious to what you might be saying.
Me: aye remember β€œthe other day?”
Friend: *looks* oh yaaaa
by poppy-seed-eugene May 28, 2019
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