Word: work

Category: work

Business & Industrial, Computers & Electronics, Arts & Entertainment

Related words: work

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Synonyms: work

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: work

spanish
trabajar, operar, funcionar, laborar, trabajo, ...


german
verursachen, arbeiten, arbeitsstätte, tätigkeit, lösen, ...

french
manoeuvrer, façonner, fabriquer, marcher, faire, ...

italian
funzionare, lavorare, opera, operare, occupazione, ...

portuguese
laborar, palavra, labor, trabalhar

dutch
werk, werken, arbeid, werkplek, emplooi, ...

russian
создание, обрабатывать, дело, производить, дослужить, ...

norwegian
virke, arbeide, arbeid

swedish
jobb, arbete, uppgift

finnish
aikaansaada, käydä, vaikuttaa, työstää, teos, ...

danish
fungere, arbejde, værk, virke

czech
práce, obdělávat, hníst, působit, úloha, ...

polish
współpracować, pracować, obrobić, zajęcie, praca, ...

turkish
görev, çalışmak, iş, çalışma

greek
εργάζομαι, δουλειά, εργασία, δουλεύω

ukrainian
багатослівний, словесний

albanian
punoj, vepër, punë

bulgarian
работа

belarusian
адбыцца, хадзiць

estonian
töötlema, töötama, töö

croatian
poslovati, obraditi, poradi, posao, radom, ...

icelandic
iðja, starf, atvinna, vinna

latin
labor, opus, factum, opera

lithuanian
darbas, veikti, dirbti, kūrinys

latvian
funkcionēt, strādāt, sacerējums, ražojums, darbs, ...

romanian
lucru, operă, lucra

slovenian
zaposlitev, delati, delo, obdelovati

slovak
pracovať, práce

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The meaning and "use of": work

noun
  • activity involving mental or physical effort done in order to achieve a purpose or result.
  • mental or physical activity as a means of earning income; employment.
  • a task or tasks to be undertaken; something a person or thing has to do.
  • something done or made.
  • the operative part of a clock or other machine.
  • the exertion of force overcoming resistance or producing molecular change.
  • everything needed, desired, or expected.

verb
  • be engaged in physical or mental activity in order to achieve a purpose or result, especially in one's job; do work.
  • (of a machine or system) operate or function, especially properly or effectively.
  • bring (a material or mixture) to a desired shape or consistency by hammering, kneading, or some other method.
  • move or cause to move gradually or with difficulty into another position, typically by means of constant movement or pressure.

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