Definition of 'social worker'
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The centre back became a pub landlord and social worker and also worked at a boating lake. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She worked as a social worker at a school for young offenders. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But it is too easy to blame social workers working in the ghettos. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The social worker did not work for the council but had been appointed by another judge to provide an independent report. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I'd guess she's a social worker or works in a charity shop. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Afterwards I was really shaken up but Mum is a social worker and works with people who are sectioned all the time. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'social worker'
British English: social worker /ˈsəʊʃəl ˈwɜːkə/ NOUN
A social worker is a person whose job is to help people who have serious family problems or financial problems.
- American English: social worker
- Arabic: مُوَظَفُ خَدَمَاتٍ اجْتِمَاعِيّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: assistente social
- Chinese: 社会福利工作者
- Croatian: socijalni radnik
- Czech: sociální pracovník
- Danish: socialarbejder
- Dutch: maatschappelijk werker
- European Spanish: trabajador social
- Finnish: sosiaalityöntekijä
- French: assistant social
- German: Sozialarbeiter
- Greek: κοινωνικός λειτουργός
- Italian: assistente sociale
- Japanese: ソーシャルワーカー
- Korean: 사회 복지사
- Norwegian: sosialarbeider
- Polish: pracownik opieki społecznej
- European Portuguese: assistente social
- Romanian: asistent social
- Russian: социальный работник
- Spanish: asistente social
- Swedish: socialarbetare
- Thai: นักสังคมสงเคราะห์
- Turkish: sosyal hizmetler görevlisi
- Ukrainian: соціальний працівник
- Vietnamese: người làm công tác xã hội
Definition of social worker from the Collins English Dictionary
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