Synonyme von labour
productive work, esp. physical work done for wages◾the labour of seeding, planting and harvesting
Life continues to be a terrible grind for the ordinary person.
There is little to show for two years of hard slog.
panting from the exertion of climbing the stairs
the drudgery of everyday life
He did whatever he could to ease their travail.
the people involved in this, as opposed to management◾The country lacked skilled labour.
a country where half the workforce is unemployed
productive work, esp. physical work done for wages◾Every man should receive a fair price for the product of his labour.
the final stage of pregnancy, leading to childbirth◾By the time she realised she was in labour, it was too late.
to do physical work◾peasants labouring in the fields
My father worked hard all his life.
slaving over a hot stove
I will endeavour to rectify the situation.
slog away (informal)
peg along or away mainly British)
plug along or away (informal)
to work hard (for something)◾For years he laboured to build a religious community.
They had to struggle against all kinds of adversity.
Several thousand supporters strained to catch a glimpse of the new president.
He strives hard to keep himself very fit.
go for it (informal)
He grappled desperately with Holmes for control of the weapon.
Boys toiled in the hot sun to finish the wall.
make an effort
make every effort
do your best
He never exerts himself for other people.
work like a Trojan
to emphasize too persistently◾I don't want to labour the point, but there it is.
to be at a disadvantage because of a mistake or false belief◾She laboured under the illusion that I knew what I was doing.
be disadvantaged by
be a victim of
be burdened by
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the process of bearing young
She weighed 5lb 7oz at birth.
the act of giving birth to a baby
She had an easy delivery.
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