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

The meaning of "Worker" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Younger workers have to built their career, which is all ahead of them mean?
A: Young people in the workforce don't have a lot of job experience so they haven't "built their career" yet, or they haven't decided on a career. "It's all ahead of them" means it's all in their future because they haven't done it yet
Q: What does Why you get so worker up? mean?
A: I think it might be "Why do/did you get so worked up?" You might say this to someone who is getting angry over a small detail, or something that seems unimportant.
Example: Why are getting so worked up? It's just a small mistake. It can be fixed easily.
Q: What does One worker in a Midwest city put it to me this way mean?
A: "A worker in midwest city told it to me like this" is a more modern way of saying it.

Hope this helps! :)
Q: What does a hard worker mean?
A: someone who puts alot of effort on whatever it is that he or she is doing.
Q: What does they don't exploit workers by underpaying them or making them work long hours: SWEATSHOP LABOR. mean?
A: A sweatshop is a factory with very bad conditions and low pay for the workers.

Example sentences using "Worker"

Q: Please show me example sentences with fast worker.
A: They get their work done quickly. They must be fast workers.

She is a fast worker.

Hope this helps!

Synonyms of "Worker" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between  She’s proved herself to be a very reliable worker. and  She has been proved to be a very reliable worker. ?
A: The first one is better.

"Has been proved to be" makes it sounds like you did a scientific experiment or mathematical proof to show that she is a good worker, which doesn't make sense. People would understand you if you said this, but the first one is better.
Q: What is the difference between A worker is unloading a cargo. and A worker is discharging a cargo. ?
A: Discharge:
tell (someone) officially that they can or must leave a place or situation.


allow (a liquid, gas, or other substance) to flow out from where it has been confined.

"industrial plants discharge highly toxic materials into rivers"

synonyms:send out, pour, release, eject, emit, let out, void, issue, dispense, give off, exude, excrete, ooze, leak, gush, jet;
remove goods from (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.).

"she hadn't finished unloading the car"

synonyms:unpack, empty, unburden, disburden; 


"we unloaded the van"


remove (ammunition) from a gun or (film) from a camera.

Q: What is the difference between Many of the workers and Many workers ?
A: Many of the workers
you are talking about a specific group of workers.

Many workers
very general
Q: What is the difference between the workers and the employees ?
A: There's no difference. You would probably hear "workers" in a job that is more physical like landscaping or construction. You would hear employees more in an office but they're all workers and employees.
Q: What is the difference between worker and employee ?
A: An employee is in a company.

A worker is just a person who works. They can be in a company, or not.

Translations of "Worker"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He would prefer young and strong workers to old and weak one like us.

A: It is better to say " He would rather have young, strong workers than old, frail ones like us"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the worker who load cargoes with his own hands, for example during discharging of the cargo from the container to the warehouse and etc.
A: The worker who loads cargo with their own hands. For example, during discharging of the cargo from the container to the warehouse, etc.

Warehouse worker
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 능동적인 직원이 되겠습니다.
I will become a worker in active attitude
A: I will be (or become) an active worker.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a worker washes his hands with water
why add wash after es?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm a worker (not student )
A: "I am employed" also works~

Other questions about "Worker"

Q: there are many Chinese workers here in Algeria mainly sewage and construction workers. does this sound natural?
A: you could say There are many Chinese people who are sewage and construction workers here in Algeria
Q: But for workers the dislocating effects of technology may make themselves (evident/evidently) faster than its benefits
A: Evident.
Q: I'm a worker so sometimes I can't reply soon. does this sound natural?
A: I work so sometimes I can't reply right away
Q: ​​Managing worker to make a landscape with creating terrain and planting trees. (I think there are few mistakes on the question, please help :) does this sound natural?
A: I think you might mean ''Managing to work on creating scenery with grass and planted trees.'' or ''Landscaping to create scenery using grass and trees I've planted.'' or ''Taking time to landscape, planting trees and grass.'' I'm not sure, I'm sorry. Hope that helps. Good luck.
Q: The young worker has turned writer.
does this sound natural?
A: The young worker has turned into a writer.

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