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work / toil / physical labor / CL:
fatigue / wearily / weariness / weary
hardworking / industrious / diligent
contribution / meritorious service / credit
to work hard / to look after
service (work done for money) / services (as in "goods and services")
labor contract / contract between employer and employees governing wages and conditions
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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)
International Labor Day (May Day)
to inconvenience / to trouble (sb with a request)
worker / laborer
labor force / manpower
tired / exhausted / worn out / to toil
Rolex (Swiss wristwatch brand)
labor / laborer
to work hard without complaint (idiom)
hardworking and enduring hardships (idiom)
Lawrence (person name)
MacDonald or McDonald (name) / McDonald's (fast food company)
ability to work
work / manual labor
service contract
labor and capital / labor and management
physical labor
model worker
model worker
strain (medicine)
productive labor
Republic of Palau or Belau (Pacific island nation)
(Tw) arts and crafts (as a school subject)
working people / the workers of Socialist theory or of the glorious Chinese past
to toil / hard work
lit. the exertion of lifting one's hand (idiom) / fig. a very slight effort
to strike a balance between work and rest (idiom)
to get sth done once and for all
industrial relations / relations between labor and capital
reeducation through labor
labor / able-bodied worker / laborer / work force
contract workers (sent abroad)
labor insurance
labor market
to do sth in place of sb else
war exploits / (fig.) heroic contribution
Claus or Klaus (name)
Crawford (town in Texas)
Tokelau (territory of New Zealand)
Lloyd (name) / Lloyd's (London-based insurance group)
reeducation through labor / laogai (prison camp)
toil / hard work
May Day / International Labor Day (May 1)
Claude (name)
to tax one's mind and body / demanding (work) / dedicated (worker) / hard-working
Trud (Russian newspaper)
to love ease and comfort and hate work (idiom)
to spare no effort
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)
to reap without sowing (idiom)
karoshi (loanword from Japanese), death from overwork
Strauss (name) / Johann Strauss (1825-1899), Austrian composer / Richard Strauss (1864-1949), German composer
(polite) thank you for your trouble (used when asking a favor or after having received one)
to work with one's brains / to rack one's brains / to worry
to become rich by one's own efforts / self-made
to serve (in some capacity) / to work for
distribution according to work
Browne (person name)
to work hard / to toil
mental labor / intellectual work
work and rest
Ravenclaw (Harry Potter)
Workers' Party of Korea (WPK), the ruling party of North Korea
to work to no avail (idiom)
(literary) fatigued / wearied
reeducation through labor
abbr. for 勞動改造|劳动改造 / reform through labor / laogai (prison camp)
deficiency of kidney essence due to sexual excess (TCM)
waste of manpower and resources
abbr. for 外籍勞工|外籍劳工 / foreign worker
to show appreciation (by kind words, small gifts etc) / to comfort
to wait at one's ease for the exhausted enemy / to nurture one's strength and bide one's time (idiom)
to be a tax on (one's mind) / to bother / to trouble / to be concerned
forced labor (as punishment in criminal case)
exhausted / worn out
forced labor / corvée (labor required of a serf) / animal labor
excuse me
correctional labor camp
to accumulate work causes sickness (idiom); to fall ill from constant overwork
Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (Japan)
futile endeavor (idiom)
hardy / able to resist hardship
to work hard while accomplishing little / to toil to no avail
to bear hardships and work hard (idiom); assiduous and long-suffering / hard-working and capable of overcoming adversity
to put sb to trouble (of doing sth) / vexation / inconvenience
International Labor Organization
(courteous expression) you have made a long and exhausting journey / you will be making a long trip (when asking a favor that involves going to a faraway place)
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