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moonlightnoun [U]

 us   /ˈmunˌlɑɪt/
  • moonlight noun [U] (LIGHT FROM MOON)

the pale light of the moon

moonlightverb [I]

 us   /ˈmunˌlɑɪt/ (past tense and past participle moonlighted)
  • moonlight verb [I] (WORK SECRETLY)

to work at an additional job, esp. without telling your main employer: In addition to her teaching job, she moonlights as a waitress on weekends.
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"moonlight" in Business English

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moonlightverb [I]

uk   us   /ˈmuːnlaɪt/ WORKPLACE
to work at an extra job, especially without telling your main employer: Nearly a third of nurses are moonlighting to make ends meet, according to a report.moonlight as sth I occasionally moonlight as a caterer.
moonlighter
noun [C]
Trusting a moonlighter to do your house renovation work is risky.
(Definition of moonlight from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “moonlight”
in Arabic ضَوْء القَمَر…
in Korean 달빛…
in Portuguese luar…
in Catalan llum de la lluna…
in Japanese 月明かり…
in Chinese (Simplified) 月光…
in Turkish mehtap, ay ışığı…
in Russian лунный свет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 月光…
in Italian chiaro di luna…
in Polish światło księżyca…
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