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an eight-hour working day

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  • Eight-hour day — Part of a series on Organized labour …   Wikipedia

  • eight–hour law — n: a law fixing the working day for specified types of employment at eight hours and frequently providing for time and a half compensation for hours worked after eight hours Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • eight-hour law — noun : a law fixing the working day for specified employments at eight hours frequently coupled with a provision for time and one half compensation for hours worked after eight hours …   Useful english dictionary

  • eight-hour day — /ˌeɪt aʊə ˈdeɪ/ (say .ayt owuh day) noun a day in which eight hours are spent at work, eight hours asleep and eight hours in recreational and other activities; formerly the goal of social reformers fighting against overlong working hours …   Australian English dictionary

  • Working time — Part of a series on Organized labour …   Wikipedia

  • day — /deI/ noun PERIOD OF TIME 1 (C) a period of 24 hours: We spent three days in Paris then went south. | What day is it today Tuesday? | the day before yesterday: I just saw Pat the day before yesterday. | the day after tomorrow: We re leaving for… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Day — n. 1 the time between sunrise and sunset. 2 a a period of 24 hours as a unit of time, esp. from midnight to midnight, corresponding to a complete revolution of the earth on its axis. b a corresponding period on other planets (Martian day). 3… …   Useful english dictionary

  • day — n. 1 the time between sunrise and sunset. 2 a a period of 24 hours as a unit of time, esp. from midnight to midnight, corresponding to a complete revolution of the earth on its axis. b a corresponding period on other planets (Martian day). 3… …   Useful english dictionary

  • day — /deɪ / (say day) noun 1. the interval of light between two successive nights; the time between sunrise and sunset. 2. the light of day; daylight. 3. Astronomy a. the period during which the earth (or a heavenly body) makes one revolution on its… …   Australian English dictionary

  • day — /deɪ/ noun 1. a period of 24 hours ● There are thirty days in June. ● The first day of the month is a public holiday. ♦ days of grace the time given to a debtor to repay a loan, to pay the amount purchased using a credit card, or to pay an… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • day — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. daytime, light; dawn, daybreak; around the clock; era, period. See time. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [The period of the earth s revolution] Syn. twenty four hours, mean solar day, sidereal day, time between …   English dictionary for students


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