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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworkaholicwork‧a‧hol‧ic /ˌwɜːkəˈhɒlɪk $ ˌwɜːrkəˈhɒː-/ noun [countable]  informalWORK HARD someone who chooses to work a lot, so that they do not have time to do anything else
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workaholicBy 2015, workaholics were considered as socially handicapped as the chronically unemployed.He had one overriding ambition-to act-and confessed to being a workaholic.Steve's doing a sixty-hour week at the moment - I never realized he could be such a workaholic.A self-confessed control freak and workaholic, no-one is allowed in his control room.Selling is a career that seems to attract workaholics.They can easily become workaholics, name droppers, gossips and braggarts.So when a blizzard or a budget standoff sends them home, some federal workaholics resort to extreme measures.There the young workaholic did everything from sharpening his own saw to delivering the product in a two-wheeled handcart.
From Longman Business Dictionaryworkaholicwork‧a‧hol‧ic /ˌwɜːkəˈhɒlɪkˌwɜːrkəˈhɒː-/ noun [countable] informal someone who cannot seem to stop working, and does not have time for anything else
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