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colleague, co-worker同事 [tong2 shi4]
a jade worker, a jade statuette, a beautiful person, (term of endearement)玉人 [yu4 ren2]
agricultural worker, abbr. for 農業工人|农业工人, peasant and worker (in Marxism)农工 [nong2 gong1]
agricultural worker, abbr. for 農業工人|农业工人, peasant and worker (in Marxism)農工 [nong2 gong1]
assembly worker装配员 [zhuang1 pei4 yuan2]
assembly worker裝配員 [zhuang1 pei4 yuan2]
Bo Yibo (1908-2007), ranking PRC politician, served on State Council from 1950s to 1980s as colleague of Deng Xiaoping薄一波 [Bo2 Yi1 bo1]
caseworker, social worker社会工作者 [she4 hui4 gong1 zuo4 zhe3]
caseworker, social worker社會工作者 [she4 hui4 gong1 zuo4 zhe3]
co-worker, collaborator, also collaborator with the enemy合作者 [he2 zuo4 zhe3]
colleague, co-conspirator同伙 [tong2 huo3]
colleague, fellow-worker同僚 [tong2 liao2]
cook, kitchen worker炊事员 [chui1 shi4 yuan2]
cook, kitchen worker炊事員 [chui1 shi4 yuan2]
eight grade worker, top-grade worker八級工 [ba1 ji2 gong1]
eight grade worker, top-grade worker八级工 [ba1 ji2 gong1]
employment as sex worker, prostitution性工作 [xing4 gong1 zuo4]
factory, factory worker厂工 [chang3 gong1]
factory, factory worker廠工 [chang3 gong1]
Fiery emperor, colleague of Yellow Emperor 黄帝, another name for 神農氏|神农氏炎帝 [Yan2 di4]
foreign worker外籍劳工 [wai4 ji2 lao2 gong1]
foreign worker外籍勞工 [wai4 ji2 lao2 gong1]
gold collar, high level senior executive, highly-skilled worker金領 [jin1 ling3]
gold collar, high level senior executive, highly-skilled worker金领 [jin1 ling3]
gray collar, specialist, technical worker, engineer灰領 [hui1 ling3]
gray collar, specialist, technical worker, engineer灰领 [hui1 ling3]
Helen Keller (1880-1968), famous American deafblind author and activist (whose story is told in biopic The Miracle Worker)海伦・凯勒 [Hai3 lun2 · Kai3 le1]
Helen Keller (1880-1968), famous American deafblind author and activist (whose story is told in biopic The Miracle Worker)海倫・凱勒 [Hai3 lun2 · Kai3 le1]
knowledge worker知識工程師 [zhi1 shi5 gong1 cheng2 shi1]
knowledge worker知识工程师 [zhi1 shi5 gong1 cheng2 shi1]
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