Definition of workday
1 : a day on which work is performed as distinguished from a day off
2 : the period of time in a day during which work is performed
Examples of workday in a Sentence
On workdays I usually wake up at six o'clock.
Recent Examples of workday from the Web
Her superintendent pay, retroactive to April 5, amounts to $1,000 per workday.
Iverson, who says he was fired by the commissioners, gave auditors a document that showed Brown spent 78 workdays out of the office in 2014.
A few dozen protesters have marched and chanted outside of the Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office on East Ninth Street each workday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Monday was the first regular workday since the shutdown.
The day 21-year-old Valerie Bertinelli walked down the aisle with rock god Eddie Van Halen, 25, was just another workday for band manager Noel E. Monk.
The Spanish workday is often divided into blocks, with lunch breaks that can drag on for over two hours, meetings that run into the late afternoon and days that end late into the night.
Morning doses have rescued workdays that otherwise would have been wasted convalescing.
Typical workday scramble — getting three kids off to high school, middle school, and elementary school.
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First Known Use of workday
before 12th century
WORKDAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of workday for English Language Learners
: a day on which you work at a job
: the period of time in a day during which you work at a job
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