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work / toil / physical labor / CL:
HSK 5
fatigue / wearily / weariness / weary
HSK 5
hardworking / industrious / diligent
HSK 6
contribution / meritorious service / credit
HSK 6
to work hard / to look after
HSK 6
labor / laborer
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to toil / labor / laborer / to put sb to trouble (of doing sth) / meritorious deed / to console (Taiwan pr. [lao4] for this sense)
MacDonald or McDonald (name) / McDonald's (fast food company)
labor / able-bodied worker / laborer / work force
abbr. for 外籍勞工|外籍劳工 / foreign worker
service (work done for money) / services (as in "goods and services")
labor and capital / labor and management
International Labor Day (May Day)
labor force / manpower
laborious
Rolex (Swiss wristwatch brand)
(Tw) arts and crafts (as a school subject)
reward
industrial relations / relations between labor and capital
Rolls-Royce
labor committee / abbr. for 勞動委員會|劳动委员会
work / manual labor
foreign worker
Lawrence (person name)
Claude (name)
overwork
tired / exhausted / worn out / to toil
(polite) thank you for your trouble (used when asking a favor or after having received one)
physical labor
karoshi (loanword from Japanese), death from overwork
to show appreciation (by kind words, small gifts etc) / to comfort
futile
to inconvenience / to trouble (sb with a request)
to serve (in some capacity) / to work for
worker / laborer
Claus or Klaus (name)
to reap without sowing (idiom)
toil / hard work
to toil / hard work
hardworking and enduring hardships (idiom)
to do sth in place of sb else
to get sth done once and for all
to strike a balance between work and rest (idiom)
lit. the exertion of lifting one's hand (idiom) / fig. a very slight effort
ability to work
to work hard / to toil
reeducation through labor
abbr. for 勞動改造|劳动改造 / reform through labor / laogai (prison camp)
strain (medicine)
to be a tax on (one's mind) / to bother / to trouble / to be concerned
to work to no avail (idiom)
travel-worn
to work with one's brains / to rack one's brains / to worry
to work hard without complaint (idiom)
working people / the workers of Socialist theory or of the glorious Chinese past
labor contract / contract between employer and employees governing wages and conditions
labor (as opposed to capital or management) / the workers
Republic of Palau or Belau (Pacific island nation)
model worker
to reward with food and drink / to feast (sb) / presents of food etc made to troops / Taiwan pr. [kao4 lao4]
Ronald McDonald
war exploits / (fig.) heroic contribution
Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (Japan)
Rodong Sinmun (Workers' news), the official newspaper of the North Korean WPK's Central Committee
to tax one's mind and body / demanding (work) / dedicated (worker) / hard-working
Lloyd (name) / Lloyd's (London-based insurance group)
productive labor
Strauss (name) (Tw) / Johann Strauss (1825-1899), Austrian composer / Richard Strauss (1864-1949), German composer
forced labor / corvée (labor required of a serf) / animal labor
(literary) fatigued / wearied
excuse me
correctional labor camp
Crawford (town in Texas)
waste of manpower and resources
to wait at one's ease for the exhausted enemy / to nurture one's strength and bide one's time (idiom)
it's the most capable people who do the most work (idiom) (intended as consolation for the overworked, or flattery when making a request etc)
International Labor Organization
model worker
mental labor / intellectual work
to spare no effort
to love ease and comfort and hate work (idiom)
Tokelau (territory of New Zealand)
to accumulate work causes sickness (idiom); to fall ill from constant overwork
Trud (Russian newspaper)
work more and get more
(dialect) nuisance / pain
to put sb to trouble (of doing sth) / vexation / inconvenience
May Day / International Labor Day (May 1)
shrike
hardy / able to resist hardship
correctional institution / labor camp
Strauss (name) / Johann Strauss (1825-1899), Austrian composer / Richard Strauss (1864-1949), German composer
shrike (family Laniidae)
work and rest
Workers' Party of Korea (WPK), the ruling party of North Korea
exhausted / worn out
(TCM) "five strains and seven impairments", five referring to the five viscera 五臟|五脏, and seven to adverse effects on one's body as a result of: overeating (spleen), anger (liver), moisture (kidney), cold (lung), worry (heart), wind and rain (outer appearance) and fear (mind)
labor and employer
disorder of internal organs caused by overexertion
labor insurance

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