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Results for: colleague, co-workerTranslations: 1 - 30 of 63
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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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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

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