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workday

Line breaks: work|day
Pronunciation: /ˈwəːkdeɪ
 
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Definition of workday in English:

noun

A day on which one works: Saturdays were workdays for him
More example sentences
  • Bulgarian Spa hotels work at full capacity at weekends, but on workdays the number of clients drops by 50 per cent, hotel owners say.
  • The chief organizer worked the phones, workdays and weekends, keeping the team on track, keeping the mission in everybody's sights.
  • And no matter what they did on the weekends, the workdays were still long and depressing.

Words that rhyme with workday

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