overtime

[ noun, adverb, adjective oh-ver-tahym; verb oh-ver-tahym ]SEE DEFINITION OF overtime

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This did not include the amount that might be made by overtime work.

It wouldn't do his record any good with Trench, but it should put an end to the overtime.

We will reckon the time from now, with overtime at time and a half.

A good part of the time they spend growling on the subject of overtime.

She called out, “Will they pay time and a half for overtime?”

We are putting in overtime on it to-night in the way of gasfitting.

Might tell her that the State sent it as wages due for overtime put in by her husband.

Yes, I've brought it with me, and it's to be paid as overtime.

Sure it keeps my wits workin' overtime to supply him, he's that amazin' liberal with it.

Overtime will only be permitted on a doctor's certificate, and must not exceed three hours.