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We all know plants can be works of art in themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Telling people to work from home or take a bus is frankly insulting. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If this government wants to govern it must grasp how this process works. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We are working very hard on these aspects to improve them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How have they worked that one out? The Sun (2016)Where to buy something that works like a cardigan but looks like a jacket? Times, Sunday Times (2016)They will have their work cut out. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You have got this inherent work ethic that makes them want to get things done. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The work is grounded in the daily domestic behaviour patterns of two people who know each other well. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The overhaul lends new life to the art works on display. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are many amazing people working here who care so much for the club and the town. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Work on processes and systems that use nuclear power. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Where on earth would the hard work and application come from? Times, Sunday Times (2013)The summer has to be one of hard work. The Sun (2013)The mattress that takes all the guess work out of sleeping. John Fisher Tommy Cooper: Always Leave Them Laughing (2006)Your blend of ability and persistence gets results at work. The Sun (2010)He was always keen to promote works by contemporary composers and also favoured neglected works. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This will naturally lead to concern for the work of the church. Christianity Today (2000)We work together as ground crew for an airline. The Sun (2013)The new pilot will have his or her work cut out. Times, Sunday Times (2012)All the evidence shows that it is supportive relationships that make families work well. Pearce, Dr John Families and Friends - how to help your child form happy relationships. (1989)She also works one day a week in an interior design shop. The Sun (2016)He wrote the next day explaining he was working on a book. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It should not work the other way round. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They will also face financial penalties for leaving temporary traffic lights in place once work is completed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet only in a few businesses is knowledge work thought through and purposefully directed. Peter F. Drucker MANAGING FOR RESULTS (1986) Many works of art are produced and performed in complete harmony with utilitarian objectives. Harris, Marvin Cultural Anthropology (1995)While working at this job she was reporting to a personnel executive who became an important mentor. Harris, Jean Everything You Need to Know for Success in Business (1990)There was also intensive construction work at the wind park during the past two years. Times, Sunday Times (2006)To plant on such a large scale is hard work. Page, Russell The Education of a Gardener (1994)Your supervisor should be able to advise on how to promote your efforts at work. Times, Sunday Times (2011)How do smart passive funds work? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Woman in the works canteen couldn't pronounce quinoa properly. Times, Sunday Times (2014)


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Traduções de work

Inglês Britânico: work /wɜːk/ NOUN
People who have work have a job.
Fewer and fewer people are in work.
  • Inglês Americano: work
  • Árabe: عَمَل
  • Português Brasileiro: trabalho
  • Chinês: 工作
  • Croata: posao
  • Tcheco: práce
  • Dinamarquês: arbejde
  • Holandês: werk
  • Espanhol Europeu: trabajo
  • Finlandês: työ
  • Francês: travail
  • Alemão: Arbeit
  • Grego: δουλειά
  • Italiano: lavoro
  • Japonês: 労働
  • Coreano:
  • Norueguês: arbeid
  • Polonês: praca
  • Português Europeu: trabalho
  • Romeno: lucru
  • Russo: работа
  • Espanhol: trabajo
  • Sueco: arbete
  • Tailandês: การงาน
  • Turco:
  • Ucraniano: робота
  • Vietnamita: công việc
Inglês Britânico: work /wɜːk/ VERB
toil When you work, you do something that uses a lot of your time or effort.
We work hard all day.
  • Inglês Americano: work
  • Árabe: يَعْمَلُ
  • Português Brasileiro: trabalhar
  • Chinês: 工作
  • Croata: raditi
  • Tcheco: pracovat
  • Dinamarquês: arbejde
  • Holandês: werken
  • Espanhol Europeu: trabajar
  • Finlandês: työskennellä
  • Francês: travailler
  • Alemão: arbeiten
  • Grego: δουλεύω
  • Italiano: lavorare
  • Japonês: 働く
  • Coreano: 일하다
  • Norueguês: arbeide
  • Polonês: pracować
  • Português Europeu: trabalhar
  • Romeno: a lucra
  • Russo: работать
  • Espanhol: trabajar
  • Sueco: arbeta
  • Tailandês: ทำงาน
  • Turco: çalışmak
  • Ucraniano: працювати
  • Vietnamita: làm việc
Inglês Britânico: work /wɜːk/ VERB
machine If a machine works, it does its job.
The TV isn't working.
  • Inglês Americano: work
  • Árabe: يَشْتَغِلُ
  • Português Brasileiro: funcionar
  • Chinês: 运转
  • Croata: raditi
  • Tcheco: fungovat
  • Dinamarquês: virke
  • Holandês: werken
  • Espanhol Europeu: funcionar
  • Finlandês: toimia
  • Francês: fonctionner
  • Alemão: funktionieren
  • Grego: λειτουργώ
  • Italiano: funzionare
  • Japonês: 機能する
  • Coreano: 작동하다
  • Norueguês: virke
  • Polonês: działać
  • Português Europeu: funcionar
  • Romeno: a funcționa
  • Russo: работать
  • Espanhol: funcionar
  • Sueco: fungera
  • Tailandês: ทำงาน
  • Turco: çalışmak
  • Ucraniano: працювати
  • Vietnamita: hoạt động


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