- workweek work‧week [ˈwɜːkwiːk ǁ ˈwɜːrk-] also ˌworking ˈweek noun [singular]the number of hours or days people in a particular industry or job work in a week:
• The plant will resume its normal five-day workweek on March 16 to catch up on orders.
* * *workweek UK US (US HR, WORKPLACE
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