Definitions for laid-off
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word laid-off
discharged, dismissed, fired, laid-off, pink-slipped(adj)
having lost your job
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Made unemployed or redundant.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Many laid-off miners went elsewhere.
There are layoffs going on because I have had members call me who have been laid off.
With markets dwindling, coal companies shutting down and workers being laid off, it is no wonder that stocks are crashing.
The pool of freelancers out there grew because so many people were laid off and I think I just didn't have the hustle in me anymore.
Alberta is famous for when you get laid off, you become a consultant, you're self-employed and you're finding bits of work here and there.
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