Definition of 'at work'
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You can be so strict and businesslike at work or when dealing with a property plan. The Sun (2016)Your confidence and positivity makes you one to watch at work. The Sun (2016)Such shoes are less common at work now. Times, Sunday Times (2017)This can apply at work or when dealing with property plans. The Sun (2017)This makes you the one to watch at work and good company when friends get together. The Sun (2017)Dealing with different people and new ways of doing things at work will go well and show how flexible you can be. The Sun (2016)At work, a place on a project opens up for you. The Sun (2016)Your mind is clear, your emotions are calm and you do know what you want - both at home and at work. The Sun (2016)But maybe unstoppable forces are already at work. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This keeps you ahead of the game at work and when deals need to be done. The Sun (2013)You will come across well at work or in any kind of audition. The Sun (2011)We can see the mechanism at work to good effect in the animal kingdom. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That subsidised theatres and commercial producers are getting better at working together? Times, Sunday Times (2008)You will stay one step ahead at work and one move ahead in love. The Sun (2010)You solve problems at work and can also get home plans moving. The Sun (2011)You make progress at work now you let the serious side of your personality show. The Sun (2013)This is useful at work or when deals are discussed. The Sun (2008)You can stay calm and businesslike and come across well at work or in a job search. The Sun (2012)This has a positive effect on relationships at work and with friends. The Sun (2009)The canteen was less exciting than the one at work. The Sun (2010)Yet there are also other powers at work. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You know you have a lot to offer at work and now you can prove it. The Sun (2012)This helps at work and when deals are to be done. The Sun (2013)Self selection mechanisms were at work as well. Refugees in the Age of Total War (1988)He is already hard at work on a new one and hopes it will hit stores next summer. The Sun (2014)Our journey brought us to some of the sites where archaeologists have been hard at work piecing together that history. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He is one of the most original artists currently at work in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It has no place at work, at play or on the terraces of a football stadium. The Sun (2012)At work, a place on that lucky project could open up for you. The Sun (2007)A film crew was at work there, staging yet another punch-up of melodramatic proportions. Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent (1994)
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