Meaning of moonlighter in English:

moonlighter

Pronunciation /ˈmuːnlʌɪtə/

Translate moonlighter into Spanish

noun

See moonlight

‘I'm on oncology cross-cover tonight, but since last I covered oncology, I think the hospital has been hiring moonlighters to cover part of the service overnight in addition to the slotted resident.’
  • ‘Many are reluctant moonlighters, working as caterers, architects, or accountants to support their commitment to their art.’
  • ‘Once upon a time, Bruce was a moonlighter.’
  • ‘Most KGB agents in private employ were either moonlighters who retained their state posts or those who had left the agency yet remained in the ‘active reserves’.’
  • ‘And moonlighters may not be up to date with the rapid changes in technology.’