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moon·light

 (mo͞on′līt′)
n.
The light reflected from the surface of the moon.
intr.v. moon·light·ed, moon·light·ing, moon·lights Informal
To work at another job, often at night, in addition to one's full-time job.

moon′light′er n.

moonlighting

(ˈmuːnˌlaɪtɪŋ)
n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) working at a secondary job
2. (Historical Terms) (in 19th-century Ireland) the carrying out of cattle-maiming, murders, etc, during the night in protest against the land-tenure system
Translations
العَمَل في وَظيفَةٍ ثانِيَه
měsíční svit
másodállás
fuškárenie
gece ikinci bir işte çalışma

moonlighting

[ˈmuːnˌlaɪtɪŋ] Npluriempleo m

moonlighting

[ˈmuːnlaɪtɪŋ] ntravail m d'appoint au noir

moonlighting

[ˈmuːnˌlaɪtɪŋ] nlavoro nero

moon

(muːn) noun
1. the heavenly body that moves once round the earth in a month and reflects light from the sun. The moon was shining brightly; Spacemen landed on the moon.
2. any of the similar bodies moving round the other planets. the moons of Jupiter.
ˈmoonless adjective
(of a night) dark and having no moonlight.
ˈmoonbeam noun
a beam of light reflected from the moon.
ˈmoonlight noun, adjective
(made with the help of) the light reflected by the moon. The sea looked silver in the moonlight; a moonlight raid.
verb
to work at a second job, often at night, in addition to one's regular job. He earns so little that he has to moonlight.
moonlighting noun
ˈmoonlit adjective
lit by the moon. a moonlit hillside.
moon about/around
to wander around as if dazed, eg because one is in love.
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