Working Time Directive,
Working Time Directive:
Definition of Working Time Directive: Minimum annual vacation in the working day and minimum rest time in which workers are entitled, rules established by the European Union that limit the maximum number of hours per working week.
Literal Meanings of Working Time Directive
Meanings of Working:
Work to work
Working on a machine, organization or plant.
An ear or a part of an ear from which minerals are extracted.
Have a paid job.
It can be run.
(Theory, definition or title) which is used as the basis of a work or argument and is likely to be developed, adapted or improved.
Sentences of Working
Working with animals teaches patience
We become less silent about the role of government
Modern mine in an old construction site
There is still a waterwheel working in the factory
Working assumptions are tested and refined through discussion.
Synonyms of Working
waged, employed, running, provisional, makeshift, short-term, in gainful employment, improvised, operation, operating, functioning, in a job, active, performance, in work, going, working, pro tem, temporary, emergency, action, interim, rough and ready, impromptu
Meanings of Time:
Plan, plan or arrange when (something) is necessary or not.
Measure the time it takes (action or activity, or the person who performs it)
Overall existence and the constant and unbridled development of past, present and future events.
The time in hours and minutes after midnight or noon.
Allocated, available, or time used.
An example of something happening or an opportunity.
(After the number) which represents the multiplication.
The search style of a piece of music is expressed in terms of size.
Sentences of Time
The first race on the track is scheduled for 11:15.
We are fixed and certificates are issued according to our diligence.
Travel through space and time
It's 9:30 p.m.
We need more time
This is my first time in debt
Synonyms of Time
slot in, fix, arrange, plan, programme, bill, set, measure, book, time, fix up, beat, count, prearrange, schedule, timetable, put a stopwatch on, juncture, meter, line up, pulse, instance, fix a time for, hour, rhythm, flow, organize
Meanings of Directive:
Government or official instructions.
Management involvement or direction of operations.
Sentences of Directive
Ethical and moral guidelines
Intends to play a leading role in energy policy
Synonyms of Directive
charge, demand, instruction, command, prescription, direction, order, enjoinment, injunction