Definition of working day in English:

working day

Line breaks: work|ing day


chiefly British
  • 1A day on which one usually works.
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    • You must apply for inclusion on the Supplement Register at least fourteen working days before polling day.
    • The case for abolishing Bank Holidays applies even more to weekends and conventional working days.
    • It may be issued as late as four working days before election day.
  • 1.1The part of the day devoted or allotted to work: a long working day
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    • The DOE said it is using maximum overtime and has introduced extended working days to tackle the problem.
    • In this context, the normal eight-hour working day and overtime limits are already irrelevant.
    • I've just checked my email now and, twenty-five minutes into the working day, I've had two replies.

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