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casual worker (ˈkæʒʊəl ˈwɜːkə) 

Definitions

noun

  1. a person who has temporary, as opposed to permanent or regular, employment   ⇒ They employ casual workers to pick the fruit., It became increasingly expensive to hire casual workers.

Example Sentences Including 'casual worker'

'2 As it was, she only had one casual worker , Ronald, and Vera Norris for her cows and occasional ploughing.
C.S. Nicholls ELSPETH HUXLEY: A BIOGRAPHY (2002)
The casual worker left because of the uncertainty so I'm without staff.
Australian News Misc (2004)
The injured woman, a casual worker , was grazed across the chest by a bullet.
Misc (1999)

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