English translation of 'schuften'
Verb Table intransitive verb (informal)
to slave away
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British English: slave /sleɪv/ VERB
If you slave, you work very hard.
He slaved over his poem for three evenings.
He was slaving away in the hot kitchen.
- American English: slave
- Arabic: يُكَدِّحُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: escravizar
- Chinese: 辛勤努力
- Croatian: robovati
- Czech: otročit
- Danish: slave
- Dutch: uitsloven (zich)
- European Spanish: esclavizar
- Finnish: raataa
- French: trimer
- German: schuften
- Greek: σκλαβώνω
- Italian: lavorare come uno schiavo
- Japanese: 奴隷のように働く
- Korean: 혹사하다
- Norwegian: slave
- Polish: tyrać
- European Portuguese: escravizar
- Romanian: a munci ca un rob
- Russian: выполнять тяжелую работу
- Spanish: esclavizar
- Swedish: slava
- Thai: ทำงานอย่างหนัก
- Turkish: köle gibi çalışmak
- Ukrainian: працювати як раб
- Vietnamese: làm việc như nô lệ
British English: slog VERB
If you slog through something, you work hard and steadily through it.
They secure their degrees by slogging through an intensive 11-month course.
Translation of schuften from the Collins German to English Dictionary