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D-Day, (despite all the celebration behind the specific one on June 6, 1944) is actually the generic Army term for any amphibious landing. There were countless D-Day's throughout Europe and Asia during WW2, but nowadays when someone says D-Day it's 99% sure they are talking about the Allied attack on Normandy, France in 1944.
by Shigure November 02, 2003
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1. June 6, 1994

2. Designated day; unnamed day on which operations commence or are scheduled to commence.
The Allies stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944
by Ryan November 17, 2003
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1. 6th June 1944 - When the troops invaded France in the turning point of WWII
2. When all the Charver scum of Great Britain stagger down to the the job centre to get their 'wages'. D-day is when you can find all the unemployable scum in parks with cheap cider, or bags of heroin/crack trying to have sex with 13 year old girls.
1. There is an educational film on about D-day tonight
2 Chav: Fuckin' d-day comes along get yourself some thatcher's white magic - it's the fuckin' biz an i'm off to be buzzin off my tits in a bit innit
by Ali January 23, 2005
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Dandelion Day, an annual tradition at the University of Rochester started in 1951 and held in April on the last Saturday before Reading Period, in which students rise earlier than they would for their classes to drink and be merry. Usually accompanied by bands, carnival games and/or rides in the Wilson Quad. Actually stands for Drunk Day.
If anyone needs B to get D on D-Day, hit me up.
by Terrance Tiernasaurus Rex July 10, 2008
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To everyone with negative things to say about d-day: how about you show some fucking respect for the people who fought and died there. They are the reason you have many of the freedoms you enjoy, so shut the fuck up and show some appreciation.
Liberal assclowns have no reverence for those who have fought and died to maintain the blanket of freedom under which they sleep at night.
by Aaron December 08, 2003
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