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

The meaning of "Labour" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does labour mean?
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Q: What does "labours"in


I want my labours to be recognised by many mean?
A: it means work. it could also mean research/studies because you have worked towards it. I hope this helped!
Q: What does labour mean?
A: labor means physical work
Q: What does I'm in labour mean?
A: It means that they're about to give birth to a child.
Q: What does labour of love mean?
A: you did a task for pleasure, not for reward

Synonyms of "Labour" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between labour and work ?
A: they are synonyms but work is a more common word and directly translates as trabalho. But labour is work that involves physical effort. labour also can mean giving birth, and general working class people.

forced labour = trabalho forçado,
a lot of work = dá muito trabalho,
labour union = sindicato

Q: What is the difference between labour and work ?
A: WORK is the general word for any kind of job, occupation, etc. LABOR is the political or formal term for "work," seen in phrases like "labor laws" or "Department of Labor." LABOR is also used for the time when a pregnant woman's water breaks and she begins to experience contractions until her child is born: "Mary was in labor for six hours."
Q: What is the difference between labours and workers ?
A: @Luzhen .. people who do practical work with their hands (Labor means hard physical work.)
For example, "she worked at the construction site where she had to perform hard labour every day for his job

person who does a specified type of work or who works in a specified way. 'a farm worker, bank employees 'he's a good worker'
Q: What is the difference between labour union and trade union ?
A: They are the same, but it is called labour union in Canada, trade union in Great Britain, and labor union in the U.S. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trade_union

Translations of "Labour"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? labour
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? labour
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? which one is correct: labour or labor?

Other questions about "Labour"

Q: It is Korean labour law that you must inform one month before you fire someone. Otherwise you must pay one month pay. Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds good! To sound most natural, I would say: "Korean labor law says you must inform someone one month prior to firing them or you must pay them for that month."
Q: is labour a synonym of worker?
or worker means a person who has a job
doesn't matter what kind of the job
A: Labourer would be the synonym for worker.
Yes worker means a person who has a job.
But for labourer, more specifically, is a person doing unskilled manual work, or construction.
Q: To labour under the delusion... Does this sound natural?
A: It's very formal, it's the kind of language you would use in university level essays or classical literature
Q: What does " battening on the labour of the English workingman" mean?
A: Thriving on the work of the english working man. It's accusing them of being lazy.

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