put in a lot of hard work to win the contract. Christianity Today (2000)We work together as ground crew for an airline. A person who works (hard etc ). Antonyms, n 1 ease, leisure, relaxation, rest 2 entertainment, hobby, holiday, play, recreation, retirement, spare time, unemployment 3 child's play (informal) vb 7 have fun, mark time, play, relax, skive (Brit. Izdelki iz (.) -arija -arbete, -slöjd. From Wikipedia I believe that these are all very important ideas, concerning which we will need to work together. From Wikipedia The date of composition of the work is unknown, but it was first published in 1730. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How have they worked that one out? Don't worry it will all work out (in the end). Work sb hard to make someone use a lot of effort : He works his trainees really hard.
Definition of Work
A person who works or who is employed in an office, a factory etc. I cannot find work in this town. Trabalho de ( cesteiro, etc.) vrobek.-arbeiten -arbejde, trabajo de -tö -työ travail de rad od odreenog materijala -munka kerajinan -smi, vinna lavoro di/ in (.) ko gaminimas. To be practicable and/or successful.
The Need To Work
I'm not very confident on the phone, but I'm prepared to work. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You have got this inherent work ethic that makes them want to get things done. Times, Sunday Times (2012)All the evidence shows that it is supportive relationships that make families work well. From Europarl Parallel Corpus - English Much of his later years were consumed by administrative work. Analysts refer to various sources of information to help them make investment decisions in their day-to-day work. Work full-time / part-time /from home work an eight-hour day /hard/ long hours work in a bank / factory /an office I to spend time and effort doing something: We were working on the presentation all night. From Europarl Parallel Corpus - English The institute coupled medical and missionary work into the future medical missionaries daily routines. Cambridge dictionaries logo, american work noun (force) work noun (DOB u the use of effort to do or make something that has value, and for which you are usually paid : outdoor / office / manual criminals of Today work.
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(Definition of work from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary Cambridge University Press).