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Results for: work, toil, physical laborTranslations: 1 - 30 of 457
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work, toil, physical labor劳动 [lao2 dong4]
work, toil, physical labor勞動 [lao2 dong4]
(polit.) Rectification or Rectifying incorrect work styles, a Maoist slogan整風 [zheng3 feng1]
(polit.) Rectification or Rectifying incorrect work styles, a Maoist slogan整风 [zheng3 feng1]
(political, economic etc) affairs, work事务 [shi4 wu4]
(political, economic etc) affairs, work事務 [shi4 wu4]
(saying) work with a passion to make the nation strong发奋图强 [fa1 fen4 tu2 qiang2]
(saying) work with a passion to make the nation strong發奮圖強 [fa1 fen4 tu2 qiang2]
a downpour, rain bucketing down, fig. to be overwhelmed (with work or things to study)倾盆大雨 [qing1 pen2 da4 yu3]
a downpour, rain bucketing down, fig. to be overwhelmed (with work or things to study)傾盆大雨 [qing1 pen2 da4 yu3]
a fine work of art妙品 [miao4 pin3]
a work in a classic style, a pastiche拟古之作 [ni3 gu3 zhi4 zuo4]
a work in a classic style, a pastiche擬古之作 [ni3 gu3 zhi4 zuo4]
a work team, a working group, a task force工作組 [gong1 zuo4 zu3]
a work team, a working group, a task force工作组 [gong1 zuo4 zu3]
achievement, outstanding work, glorious deed功业 [gong1 ye4]
achievement, outstanding work, glorious deed功業 [gong1 ye4]
amphibious, dual-talented, able to work in two different lines两栖 [liang3 qi1]
amphibious, dual-talented, able to work in two different lines兩棲 [liang3 qi1]
an allocated task, a contractual responsibility, work that one is responsible for completing包干 [bao1 gan1]
an allocated task, a contractual responsibility, work that one is responsible for completing包干儿 [bao1 gan1 er5]
an allocated task, a contractual responsibility, work that one is responsible for completing包干兒 [bao1 gan1 er5]
an express train sets off, fig. to work in haste, to rush开快车 [kai1 kuai4 che1]
an express train sets off, fig. to work in haste, to rush開快車 [kai1 kuai4 che1]
animals used for their physical strength (mules; oxen; etc), beast of burden牲口 [sheng1 kou5]
art piece, work of art艺术品 [yi4 shu4 pin3]
art piece, work of art藝術品 [yi4 shu4 pin3]
artificial, manpower, manual work人工 [ren2 gong1]
at childbirth, in labor临盆 [lin2 pen2]
at childbirth, in labor临蓐 [lin2 ru4]
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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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