workday, working day, work day(noun)
a day on which work is done
The numerical value of work day in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of work day in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
We continued to work day and night in the days following, all the while, mourning the loss of our colleagues.
The EU will fight for a very ambitious deal. When you have 196 parties, the easy way out is to agree a minimalistic agreement, we will work day and night to have an ambitious agreement that is fit for purpose.
We’re both fiercely competitive and we work day in and day out with each other in the same environment and that definitely has its challenges, but we’ve overcome those things and found a way to make it an advantage.
One of the most important things you can do during the work day is to not eat at your desk, have a dedicated area where you can go to get out of your own environment and have lunch, preferably with other people, so you can truly get that break during the day.
If you're walking around in an airport environment and you carry an access badge, there's an expectation that, at some point during any given work day, you're going to get stopped and checked – somebody's going to check your badge, somebody's going to check the things that you're carrying, they may even do a pat down, they're going to verify that you are the person that you say you are and that you're not doing anything you shouldn't be doing.
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