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What is Moonlighting

1) This is operating a business after hours(in the moonlight). It is when a person carries on a business on a part-time basis. Normally works during the day or has another business that is their main concern.

2) Used to describe a person that has more than one job. They would have a main job during the day and have and extra job in the evening or night. The extra job is the moonlighting.

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