moonlighting


moonlighting
Australian Slang
working at a job in addition to one's regular, full-time employment

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  • Moonlighting — is the practice of holding a second job (often at night). It may also refer to: Moonlighting (film), a 1982 drama film by Jerzy Skolimowski Moonlighting (TV series), broadcast in 1985–1989 and starring Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd… …   Wikipedia

  • moonlighting — Holding more than one job at a time. Moonlighting refers to working two jobs at the same time or to working for one employer while on leave from another. Category: Employment Law & HR → Employee Rights Nolo’s Plain English Law Dictionary. Gerald… …   Law dictionary

  • moonlighting — ☆ moonlighting [mo͞on′līt΄iŋ ] n. 〚from the usual night hours of such jobs〛 the practice of holding a second regular job in addition to one s main job * * * …   Universalium

  • moonlighting — ☆ moonlighting [mo͞on′līt΄iŋ ] n. [from the usual night hours of such jobs] the practice of holding a second regular job in addition to one s main job …   English World dictionary

  • moonlighting — moonlight moon‧light [ˈmuːnlaɪt] verb [intransitive] if you moonlight, you have a second job in addition to your main job, without the knowledge of your main employer or the tax authorities: • She s been moonlighting as a waitress in the evenings …   Financial and business terms

  • Moonlighting — Seriendaten Deutscher Titel: Das Model und der Schnüffler Originaltitel: Moonlighting Produktionsland: USA Produktionsjahr(e): 1985–1989 Episodenlänge: etwa 45 Minuten Episodenanzahl …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • moonlighting — working at a second job in the evening    Bernie is very tired these days because he s moonlighting …   English idioms

  • moonlighting — / mu:nlaɪtɪŋ/ noun the practice of doing a second job ● He makes thousands a year from moonlighting …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • moonlighting — Synonyms and related words: appointment, berth, billet, employment, engagement, gig, incumbency, job, office, opening, place, position, post, second job, service, situation, station, tenure, vacancy …   Moby Thesaurus

  • Moonlighting — working at a job in addition to one s regular, full time employment …   Dictionary of Australian slang


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