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First, hourly workers are typically paid time and a half for overtime and double time for weekends and holidays.

In the above original sentence, can I use "one and a half time" instead of "time and a half"? Is "time and a half" a valid usage?
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"time and a half" is a fixed expression. As such it is the only way to say it.
CJ
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CalifJim"time and a half" is a fixed expression. As such it is the only way to say it.
CJ

Thanks, CJ. So, it is incorrect to say "one and a half time" or "one-and-a-half time". Right?