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lao động, công việc; nhân công
Kinh tế
nhân công; lao động
Kỹ thuật
công, công việc; sức lao động
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lao động
Xây dựng, Kiến trúc
lao động; công việc; nhân công
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labor (lāʹbər) noun

1. a. Physical or mental exertion, especially when difficult or exhausting; work. See synonyms at work. b. Something produced by work.

2. A specific task.

3. A particular form of work or method of working: manual labor.

4. Work for wages.

5. a. Workers considered as a group. b. The trade union movement, especially its officials.

6. Labor A political party representing the interests of workers, especially in Great Britain.

7. The physical efforts of childbirth; parturition.


labored, laboring, labors


verb, intransitive

1. To work; toil: labored in the fields.

2. To strive painstakingly: labored over the needlepoint.

3. a. To proceed with great effort; plod: labored up the hill. b. Nautical. To pitch and roll.

4. To suffer from distress or a disadvantage: labored under the misconception that others were cooperating.

5. To undergo the efforts of childbirth.

verb, transitive

1. To deal with in exhaustive or excessive detail; belabor: labor a point in the argument.

2. To distress; burden: I will not labor you with trivial matters.


1. Of or relating to labor.

2. Labor Of or relating to a political party representing the interests of the working class.


[Middle English, from Old French labour, from Latin labor.]

laʹborer noun

Đồng nghĩa - Phản nghĩa
labor (n)
  • work, toil, hard work, manual labor, efforts, employment, exertions, industry (formal or literary), hard labor, blood, sweat, and tears
  • workers, work force, employees, labor force, hands, staff, personnel, manual workers, blue-collar workers, working class
    antonym: management
  • childbirth, delivery, giving birth, confinement (dated), contractions
  • task, job, chore, effort, exertion, mission, duty, activity, occupation
  • labor (v)
  • struggle, exert, grapple, wrestle, agonize
  • strive, strain, grind away, endeavor (US, formal), keep at it, burn the candle at both ends, toil, slog, sweat blood, work like a dog, break your back, sweat (informal), struggle, plug away (informal)
    antonym: laze around
  • struggle, complain, seize up, malfunction, falter, crash, strain, play up, stall
  • drag yourself, stagger, struggle, plod, lumber (UK, informal), trudge, trail, slog
    antonym: skip
  • overemphasize, go on, dwell on, exaggerate, drive home, overdo, stress, underline, accentuate, belabor
    antonym: skim