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shift

noun [C, + sing/pl verb] (GROUP) 團體     /ʃɪft/
a group of workers who do a job for a period of time during the day or night, or the period of time itself 輪班職工;班;輪班 As the night shift leave/leaves, the day shift arrive/arrives. 夜班工人下班時,日班工人來上班。 Are you on the night shift or the day shift (= Do you work during the night period or the day period)? 你上夜班還是日班? Workers in general
(Definition of shift noun (GROUP) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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