Definition of timecard in English:

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timecard

Pronunciation: /ˈtīmˌkärd/

Entry from US English dictionary

noun

A card used to record an employee’s starting and quitting times, usually stamped by a time clock.
Example sentences
  • Reviewing the same timecards O'Rourke found one employee worked 316.5 hours in a month for an average 79 hours a week, including 20 consecutive days of work without a day off.
  • It's not wireless, which means I will have to work in the upstairs office, but at least I can check e-mail and do timecards while I'm out.
  • I return to inching through everyday moments, a life of timecards and textbooks.

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Syllabification: time·card

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