workday

[wurk-dey]
noun
1.
a day on which work is done; working day.
2.
the part of a day during which one works.
3.
the length of time during a day on which one works: a seven-hour workday.
adjective

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English werkday, Old English weorcdæg. See work, day

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workday (ˈwɜːkˌdeɪ)
 
n
1.  the usual US term for working day
 
adj
2.  another word for workaday

working day or esp (US) workday
 
n
1.  a day on which work is done, esp for an agreed or stipulated number of hours in return for a salary or wage
2.  the part of the day allocated to work: a seven-hour working day
3.  (often plural) commerce any day of the week except Sunday, public holidays, and, in some cases, Saturday
 
workday or esp (US) workday
 
n

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Example sentences
His kingship was conspicuous by its workday homespun.
Or routines for different parts of your workday whether you work at home or
  elsewhere.
At the end of the workday, computers tag along with us in cellphones and music
  players.
The fact is, people with a higher education can contribute to the workday world
  in positive ways.
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