Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The hours or days worked in a week.

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  • noun US The range of days of the week that are normally worked

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun hours or days of work in a calendar week

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Examples

  • Chinese law says that the standard workweek is 40 hours, so this means a lot of overtime, which is included in the pay rates above.

    China Makes, The World Takes

  • Chinese law says that the standard workweek is 40 hours, so this means a lot of overtime, which is included in the pay rates above.

    China Makes, The World Takes

  • As part of a plan by the new Democratic majority to create the impression of frenzied hard work, the House has also boosted its workweek from a bankerly three days to five, and the Senate has trimmed its other spring break — two weeks in April — by half.

    Calendar

  • As part of a plan by the new Democratic majority to create the impression of frenzied hard work, the House has also boosted its workweek from a bankerly three days to five, and the Senate has trimmed its other spring break — two weeks in April — by half.

    Calendar

  • Ask anyone who actually owns a business: Trying to guarantee the number of hours in a workweek is like trying to capture smoke.

    A sad bunch « BuzzMachine

  • He says that the fun of using his LEGO time tracker is a big advantage — we do use systems we enjoy using — but that co-workers coming to your place and disassembling your workweek is the one disadvantage.

    Track Your Time with LEGO Bricks | Lifehacker Australia

  • He says that the fun of using his LEGO time tracker is a big advantage—we do use systems we enjoy using—but that co-workers coming to your place and disassembling your workweek is the one disadvantage.

    Track Your Time with LEGO Bricks | Lifehacker Australia

  • The workweek is a maximum 35 hours, and almost half of those older than 55 are no longer in the workforce.

    News - latimes.com

  • As bad as this is, there is enough misery to go around, as only later in the article we learn that even people who have jobs are feeling the pinch, and "The average work week in March dropped to 33.2 hours" which is down 17\% from the standard 40-hour workweek, which is, in case you were wondering, "a new record low".

    Asia Times Online

  • Remaining city workers in general-fund departments will be reduced to a 32-hour workweek, which is in effect a 20 percent pay cut.

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