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work +‎ -aholic

NounEdit

workaholic (plural workaholics)

  1. A person who feels compelled to work excessively.
    All workaholics should move to Hong Kong, where working hours average over 50 per week.
    • 2016, JoAnneh Nagler, How to be an artist without losing your mind, your shirt, or your creative compass, →ISBN, page 80:
      We're not looking to become workaholics who don't know how to rest or vacation, or who never hang it up long enough to go to a movie.

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AdjectiveEdit

workaholic (comparative more workaholic, superlative most workaholic)

  1. In the nature or manner of a workaholic.

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English workaholic.

NounEdit

workaholic m, f (plural workaholics)

  1. workaholic (person who feels compelled to work excessively)