Translation for 'working day' from English to Russian
NOUN   a working day | working days
SYNO workday | work day | working day
рабочий день {м}
working day
Partial Matches
старательный {adj} [усердный]hard-working
время {с} работыworking hours {pl}
рабочее время {с}working hours {pl}
металлообработка {ж}
metal working
работоспособность {ж} [производительность](working) efficiency
день {м}day
мартовский день {м}March day
майский день {м}May day
февральский день {м}February day
декабрьский день {м}December day
октябрьский день {м}October day
однажды {adv} [как-то раз]one day
День {м} благодаренияThanksgiving Day
когда-нибудь {adv} [в будущем]one day
когда-нибудь {adv} [в будущем]some day
весь деньall day
июльский день {м}July day
каждый день [нареч.]
every day
ноябрьский день {м}November day
Судный день {м}
Judgment Day
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Usage Examples English
  • In many congregations, the afternoon and evening prayers are recited back-to-back on a working day, to save people having to attend synagogue twice.
  • He promised an eight-hour working day and tried to secure vital loans from France to keep the "regime" from bankruptcy.
  • Election Day is a regular working day, while Veterans Day, which typically falls the following week, is a federal holiday.
  • Winners of the jackpot are told on the first working day of the month, although the actual date of the draw varies.
  • The commoners' call for the eight-hour working day, better working conditions and higher wages led to demonstrations and large-scale strikes in industry and agriculture.

  • With the growth in mobile devices, by default employees may also receive work-related emails outside of their working day.
  • The hay traders met under the tree each working day to discuss the price of hay.
  • In the month following D-Day, nearly 3,000 vessels were handled by 88 river pilots and nearly 2,000 ships by 115 sea pilots working day and night.
  • 5 million), due on December 31, 2006 (repayment having been deferred in the allowed five years and during a sixth year not allowed), was made by Britain on December 29, 2006 (the last working day of the year).
  • A public holiday, national holiday, or legal holiday is a holiday generally established by law and is usually a non-working day during the year.

  • Bern's central railway station ("Bahnhof Bern") is Switzerland's second busiest station (202,600 passengers per working day in 2014), and is the main transport hub in the region.
  • In 1856, building workers in Sydney and Melbourne were the first in the world to win the eight hour working day.
  • Cases of typhoid fever must be reported within one working day from identification.
  • The London silver fix is published every working day at noon London time.
  • The La Canadiense strike in 1919 led to the first law limiting the working day to eight hours.

  • In "Das Kapital, Volume I" in the chapter entitled "The Working Day", Karl Marx claims that capitalist production sustains "the assertion of a right to an unlimited working day, and the assertion of a right to a limited working day, both with equal justification".
  • Because the half-life of fluorine-18 is about two hours, the prepared dose of a radiopharmaceutical bearing this radionuclide will undergo multiple half-lives of decay during the working day.
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