Definitions for "Moonlighting"
Moonlighting is a television series that first aired on ABC in the United States from 1985 to 1989 with a total of 66 episodes. The show starred Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd as private detectives and was a mixture of drama, comedy and romance that is now considered one of the greatest spoofs of television detective shows. The show's theme song is performed by popular jazz singer Al Jarreau and became a minor hit.
Moonlighting is the debut album by contemporary jazz ensemble The Rippingtons. Recorded in July/August 1986, it featured the cut "She Likes to Watch," which has gone on to become one of the band's signature songs. The album was initially released by the Japanese label Alfa then released in the US by the Passport label.
A lighting effect that sends light filtering through branches and casts interesting complex shadow patterns, much as real moonlight does.
Lighting from above with luminaries positioned in trees etc. to give the overall effect of moonlight.
physicians working at hospitals/clinics other than that of their primary employment for extra cash, often done by debt-ridden residents.
Work outside a person's regular employment that takes 12 or more additional hours per week.
Working one or more full- or part-time jobs in addition to an individual's regular full-time job.
working in a second job (perhaps in the evening, under the light of the moon) that is not declared to the tax authorities.
the holding by a single individual of more than one paid job at the same time. Page 147
Keywords:  business, operating, part, time
Operating a business “in the moonlight”; that is, a part-time business.