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  1. day shift

    • noun

      a period of time worked during the daylight hours in a hospital, factory, etc., as opposed to the night shift.

      the employees who work during the day shift:

    • noun

      a fluorescent paint or other coloring.
    • adjective

      of or denoting very bright or fluorescent coloring:
    • noun

      the day on which the Epsom Derby is run.

      the day on which the Kentucky Derby is run.

    • noun

      a room used for daytime recreation, especially a communal room in an institution.
    • noun

      unskilled manual labor that is paid by the day.
    • noun

      the day of a religious festival.
    • noun

      a unit used to determine the heating requirements of buildings, representing a fall of one degree below a specified average outdoor temperature (usually 18°C or 65°F) for one day.
    • noun

      a day dedicated annually to public tree-planting in the US, Australia, and other countries. It is usually observed in late April or early May.
    • noun

      the day on which a particular sports event, especially a football game, takes place:
    • noun

      a day on which money is collected for a charity in the street and donors are given tags to show that they have contributed.
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