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What’s the difference between tardy and late?

An employee can be terminated for excessive tardiness. … Two or more unexcused absences during a single month are considered excessive according to company policy and the employee in question will face corrective disciplinary actions. Employees who are excessively absent can be terminated.

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Q. What does tardiness mean?

being late or slow

Q. What is considered excessive tardiness?

As adjectives the difference between tardy and late is that tardy is late; overdue or delayed while late is near the end of a period of time.

Q. What do you call a person who’s always late?

‘Tidsoptimist, a person who’s habitually late because they think they have more time than they do‘.

Q. What to say if someone is late?

It’s okay to speak up. Don’t blame the other person for being late. Know the difference between reacting and responding. Just be clear and let the other person know that you can’t wait any longer, and let them know they’ve disrespected your time.

Q. Is being late rude?

Actually, being late is disrespectful. If another person gives their time to be with you, then you should respect that and them by arriving on time. … Disrespect is not considering the other person, their feelings, their work, their time. Being late because it is part of your ‘personality’ is just a lame excuse.

Q. How do you say too late?


  1. backward.
  2. behind.
  3. behind time.
  4. behindhand.
  5. belated.
  6. blown.
  7. delayed.
  8. dilatory.

Q. What is the opposite of Never?

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Q. What is opposite of late?

What is the opposite of late?

precociouson time
ahead of timein advance

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Q. What is the opposite of laugh?

Antonyms: weep, cry. Synonyms: laughter, jest, joke, jape, gag. joke, gag, laugh, jest, jape(verb)

Q. What is the opposite of cheap?

What is the opposite of cheap?


Q. How do you say cheap in a nice way?


  1. bargain.
  2. budget.
  3. cheap.
  4. cost-effective.
  5. economical.
  6. fair.
  7. low-cost.
  8. modest.

Q. What do you call someone whos cheap?

A cheapskate is someone who is tight with money. Cheapskates will do anything to avoid spending a buck. Some people spend too much money: they‘re always picking up the check and running up their credit cards. Other people are the opposite: a cheapskate is cheap, meaning they avoid spending money to an extreme degree.

Q. What do you call someone who is very cheap?

Frugal, cheap, thrifty, and stingy all describe someone who wants to save money. But if you explore each word in more detail, they are very different from each other. Here is my take on what makes a person frugal, cheap, thrifty, or stingy.

Q. What is a cheap girl?

A cheap lady is someone who pretend to be what she’s not and ended up becoming what she’s don’t want to be.

Q. What is a stingy person?

A ‘stingy‘ individual is someone who has money, but is very reluctant to part with it. He is a miser; he doesn’t like to spend money on himself or on others. He is reluctant to spend money on things are essential as well. Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens’ classic ‘A Christmas Carol’ was a stingy person.

Q. What is stingy man?

In summary. The Stingy Men Association is a online craze of men who do not want to spend money on their women(girlfriends and wives). Members are not supposed to send money to women. Instead, they are supposed to give excuses like: “Let me see what I can do,” or “My Mpesa has a problem”.

Q. What is a miser?

English Language Learners Definition of miser disapproving : a person who hates to spend money : a very stingy person.

Q. Where does the saying cheap skate come from?

The meaning of “skate” in “cheapskate” seems to come from British slang and refers to “chap, fellow.” It is based on the Scottish term “skyte” which means “a contemptible person” and this, in turn, comes from an older term that means “excrement”.

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