daywork

daywork

(ˈdeɪˌwɜːk)
n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a form of work that is calculated and paid for on a daily basis
2. (Historical Terms) history a duty to work for a certain number of days on a lord's land
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day•work

(ˈdeɪˌwɜrk)

n.
work done and paid for by the day.
[1570–80]
day′work`er, n.
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