For or during less than the customary or standard time: a part-time job. (adjective)
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Use "part-time" in a sentence
"First he called his part-time assistant in New York City, only to find out that the prop and scenery truck was parked at a garage on Long Island where it would be safe for the weekend."
"Cuts were expressed as fractions where local authorities are reducing hours or referring to part-time posts."
"Becourtney says many employers call part-time workers independent contractors."