working day

NOUN
  1. a day on which work is done
  2. the amount of time that a worker must work for an agreed daily wage
    they work an 8-hour day
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How To Use working day In A Sentence

  • My observation is that only a small number of cars move from their spaces during the working day.
  • Prepare a computer schedule for a typical working day when the systems described in 5.2.5 are available to Oxford University Press.
  • But now not many people have elevenses, or a formal pause at any other time in the working day, skipping lunch and grabbing a snack when they can.
  • Benefits include free furnished accommodation, 30 working days annual leave, family airfares, medical care and children's educational assistance.
  • Kindly bear with us for another 2 working days and I can assure you that we will surely update you with the status.
  • In Britain, more working days are lost due to stress-related illness than to industrial action.
  • Vic's working day is lubricated by endless cups of coffee.
  • Emergency care consists of placing a suitable dentine lining material on to the fractured dentine, and so prompt treatment by a dentist within the same working day or at least by the following morning is required.
  • Your working day will need to be organized with military precision.
  • In addition, strikes involving the loss of working days can seriously disrupt production and lower output. Collins Dictionary of Economics
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