Definition of second shift
- the "shift" of work handled by women at home, consisting of housework. (The "first shift" being their job.)
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Other terms relating to 'second':
|Definitions include: to be in a supporting role, not a leading one.|
|Definitions include: a brief period of time more than a second.|
|Definitions include: see get to 2nd base.|
|Definitions include: in general, having to go second.|
Other terms relating to 'shift':
|Definitions include: the work shift at night, usually around midnight to eight in the morning.|
|Definitions include: to kiss a person with tongue-on-tongue contact; "French kiss"; "snog"; "make out".|
|Definitions include: a work shift that takes place in the evening, usually from 4pm-midnight|
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