Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Work"

The meaning of "Work" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I got let out of work early. mean?
A: 「する」と「させる」と同じ違いと思います。上司は早く帰るのことを賛成しました。

下手な日本語を使ってごめんなさい。分かるできますか?

英語で:

The boss agreed to let the employee go home early.
Let = allowed.

Does this make sense? :)
Q: What does juggle work mean?
A: It means to handle many tasks at the same time.
Q: What does "working" in 632 mean?
A: Productive

Operational

Effective
Q: What does It's just crazy enough to work mean?
A: The idea is so far fetched that it may actually work out. (even though it may 'seem' that it would fail)
Q: What does i had work for a long time today so i'm so tired mean?
A: all kinds of activity that make you're involved in. the examples you give are able to be used. essentially, work is the activity you're in.

Example sentences using "Work"

Q: Please show me example sentences with work it out.
A: Yeah, it's "fixing a problem".
Q: Please show me example sentences with i work and i'am very tired.
A: Bueno puedes decir i work as a baker trabajo como panadero , y I'm very tired to bake several cakes = y estoy muy cansada de hacer diversos pasteles. la palabra tired se pronuncia así taird saludos @Pastelerialcia si hay alguna duda me avisas
Q: Please show me example sentences with work in progress .
A: "My hair isn't done yet. It's still a work in progress"

"That movie has not come out yet because it is still a work in progress"
"
The new pokemon game is a work in progress but I will get it when it is released!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with do a hard day`s work .
A: I've had a hard day's work.
He's done a hard day's work.
Q: Please show me example sentences with get through work.
A: When I get through work I will call you.

Though I think it sounds better if you say ..

When I get through with work I will...

After you get through with work please walk the dog.

Synonyms of "Work" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between off work and out of work ?
A: I see it like this. Out out work is the period of the day after you get of work. Off from work is a period of days during which you do not have to work.

I get out of work at 6.
I'm off from work this week.
Q: What is the difference between work and job ?
A: job = the position someone has
work = (noun) the place where someone is employed; (verb) the activity done at one's job

After college, I got a job as a salesman. = I was hired to be a salesman
She is trying to find a new job. = she wants to be hired for a new position

Bill works for Microsoft. = Microsoft pays Bill to do something
I leave work at 5 PM. = I leave my place of employment at 5 PM
Q: What is the difference between I had my work done by a coworker yesterday. and I got my work to be done by a coworker yesterday. ?
A: I had my sandwich eaten by my coworker yesterday, sounds more natural. 同僚にサンドイッチを食べられた。

I had my coworker finish my work yesterday. = sounds like you are superior to your coworker and made him finish your work.

I got my coworker to finish my work yesterday = sounds like you persuaded/convinced him to finish your work. Maybe you offered a bribe or gift.

My coworker finished(or, was nice enough to finish) my work for me. = sounds like you received a favor. (your coworker is kind/generous)
Q: What is the difference between He has been off of work for a week. and He has been off work for a week. ?
A: In some Australian States people say the former and in other States they generally use the latter.
They both mean the same thing, it depends where you were brought up.
I would say "get off of my foot" or "get off my foot" either is okay.
It may be different if you said "Get out of the way" and "Get out the way" because the latter may be telling someone to go somewhere rather than going away from somewhere.

Q: What is the difference between work and job and occupation and vocation ?
A: Work can be a place or thing you do (often temporarily). "I work at McDonalds" or "I work in the yard pulling weeds"

Job is a task you are supposed to perform, "Cashiering is my job." or "My job is to take out the trash."

Occupation is what you do for a living "Doctor is my occupation."

Vocation is the career or job you feel you are suited for or really interested in "I feel that being a doctor is my vocation."

Translations of "Work"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "work and walk". How to pronounce these words? Please, only for native speakers.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? How to say the work when people signing together a letter to make action to a person/organisation?
A: Signing a Petition.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? could you speak work and walk, 'r' and 'l'
pool and fool 'p' and ''f'
volt and bolt 'v' and 'b'
juice and zoo 'j' and 'z'
could you recoding for me?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to know the work time(start time and end time)
A: @zw1312: all 3 example sentences are ways to ask about times not days
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how work it?
A: @as7amir: How does it work?

Other questions about "Work"

Q: I think this work has to be no less fun as being on the Netflix which is a famous streaming platform.
A: The sentence seems to say:
The work of screening shows that are candidates for the Netflix catalog must be no less fun than watching the final products themselves.

What you are trying to say seems to be:
The severe screening process for qualifying a show to stream on Netflix ensures that it will probably be at least fun to watch.

Q: What does work up mean in "You can work up a really big thirst playing tennis."

And I need synonyms for work up in this context.
A: @andress73529

Work up means to develop or produce something because of an activity or making an effort.

You can develop a really big thirst playing tennis.

You can generate a really big thirst playing tennis.

You can get really thirsty playing tennis.

Playing tennis can make you really thirsty.
Q: Sometimes, it's important that you not work too hard.
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Sometimes, It's important for you not to work too hard. Does this sound natural?
A: × Sometimes, it's important that you not work too hard.
✓ Sometimes, it's important to not work too hard.

× Sometimes, It's important for you not to work too hard.
✓ Sometimes, it's important for you not to work too hard.

Q: I did work overtime yesterday.I wish I wanted to attend an online English conversation class,I did have no choice but to cancel. Does this sound natural?
A: × I did work overtime yesterday.
✓ I worked overtime yesterday.

× I wish I wanted to attend an online English conversation class,I did have no choice but to cancel.
✓ I wanted to attend an online English conversation class, unfortunately I had no other choice but to cancel.

I changed some words to make it feel more natural. “I did work overtime yesterday” isn’t necessarily wrong but depending on the conversation, “I worked overtime yesterday” has more of a conversational tone to it. Let me know if that’s confusing and I can explain it some more. 😄
Q: Where is your work place located?
Does this sound natural?
A: × Where is your work place located?
✓ Where do you work?

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