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half day

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhalf dayˈhalf day, half-day noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š HOLIDAYa day when you work or go to school either in the morning or the afternoon, but not all day πŸ”Š Friday is my half day off.
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half dayβ€’ Until then, I, like many parents, thought there were two choices: half day or full day.β€’ She probably has one half day free per week, and then she will have to visit her parents, no doubt.
half-dayˈhalf-day adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š a half-day event takes place in either the morning or the afternoon πŸ”Š half-day courses on study skills
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half-dayβ€’ The half-day course on the Census introduces the problems but does not attempt to discuss them in depth.β€’ The half-day courses include two hours practical experience of firing and driving with full instruction on safety and how the engine works.β€’ Cost is $ 40 per person for the half-day excursions, and $ 70 for a full day, including lunch.β€’ In half-day kindergarten programs, school districts need only half the number of kindergarten teachers and kindergarten classrooms.β€’ Both the advantages and disadvantages of the half-day kindergarten seem to circle around the issues of time and expense.β€’ As I said before, I could go to half-day school here.β€’ Jurors resume their deliberations today after a half-day session Friday.β€’ This was usually in the form of one day or two half-day sessions.
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