Definition of workaday in English:

workaday

Line breaks: work|aday
Pronunciation: /ˈwəːkədeɪ
 
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adjective

  • 2Relating to work or one’s job: the workaday world of timecards and performance reviews
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    • The question is whether we can find secreted in the language of a particular text the bustling, workaday life of the common people.
    • Peering into their world was a welcome counterpoint to the workaday routine of her own life.
    • The farmer performs workaday human movement: plain, uneventful, and unaccountably touching.

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