part-timer


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part-time

(pärt′tīm′)
adj.
For or during less than the customary or standard time: a part-time job.

part′-time′ adv.
part′-tim′er n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.part-timer - someone who works less than the customary or standard time
worker - a person who works at a specific occupation; "he is a good worker"
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Translations

part-timer

[ˌpɑːtˈtaɪməʳ] Ntrabajador(a) m/f a tiempo parcial (Sp), trabajador(a) m/f a medio tiempo (LAm)
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

part-timer

[ˌpɑːtˈtaɪməʳ] n (also part-time worker) → impiegato/a or lavoratore/trice part-time inv
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in periodicals archive ?
Peers can resent reduced call and having to shoulder the burden of patient commitment on the days the part-timer is absent.
The Full-Time Part-Timer is an online adjunct employed at several institutions, working mainly as a freelancer.
The part-timer's name is not on the office door, only a generic sign saying "Part-Time Faculty," thus signaling to one and all the part-timer's lowly status in the department.
Rajagopal, Associate Professor of Social Science at York University, set out to learn more about these frustrations and the perspectives of these part-time professors, whom she labels "hidden academics." She is clearly sympathetic--she was a part-timer for many years.
Filling the landscape that covers the globe's south pole, this poetic, diaristic account of watching the event emphasizes the line between part-timer and professional scientist that the artist effectively straddles.
When I finally resigned from the community college that cut my pay in half, my dean asked me to stay, writing, "No one goes into education for the money, but the pay is enough to live on if you can get a full load." No dean will give a part-timer a full load, because then the college would have to pay us two or three times as much for the same work.
'Lehmann asked the player, 'Did you call Moeen Osama?' He denied it, saying, 'No, I said, 'Take that, you part-timer''.
* "Although I couldn't have mistaken 'part-timer' for 'Osam',' obviously I had to take the player's word for it, though for the rest of the match I was angry."
d The part-timer added: "It used to be we would say we were available on certain days and we'd be told when we worked.
RONNIE O'SULLIVAN has taunted rivals by claiming he is walking away with the big prizes as a "part-timer".
The former part-timer at Akron and elsewhere has made it his life's work to improve his former colleagues' pay and prospects.
Another letter signed 'A part-timer that has had some'.