Etymology
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workday (n.)

Old English weorcdæg, from work (n.) + day (n.). The modern word is perhaps a Middle English re-formation. As an adjective (c. 1500) it has generally only the literal sense (compare workaday).

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Definitions of workday

workday (n.)
a day on which work is done;
Synonyms: working day / work day
workday (n.)
the amount of time that a worker must work for an agreed daily wage;
Synonyms: working day
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