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English definition of “weather working days”

weather working days

noun [plural]
 
 
( abbreviation WWD) COMMERCE, TRANSPORT
working days on which the weather allows work to be done, often referring to the days needed for goods to be put onto or taken off a ship: Eighteen weather working days shall be allowed in which to deliver the cargo.
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