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labor  Verb
Plural: labors
  1. Translate "labor" to Spanish: trabajar, desempeñar labores, laborar
    English Synonyms of "labor": work, be at work, carry out tasks, labour
    Define meaning of "labor": Proceed towards a goal or along a path or through an activity. ; Be employed.

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  3. Translate "labor" to Spanish: afanarse, esforzarse
    English Synonyms of "labor": make an effort, strive, toil, fall over oneself, give oneself trouble, go to great pains, hurry, endeavor, endeavour
    Define meaning of "labor": Strive and make an effort to reach a goal. ; Work hard.
  4. She tugged for years to make a decent living.
    We have to push a little to make the deadline!
    She is driving away at her doctoral thesis.
    She was digging away at her math homework.
    Lexicographers drudge all day long.

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labor  Noun
  1. Translate "labor" to Spanish: trabajo, curro, laborío, laburo
    English Synonyms of "labor": chore, task, work, hardship, stint, travail, toil, labour, graft
    Define meaning of "labor": A specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee.

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  3. Translate "labor" to Spanish: alumbramiento, parto, trabajo de parto
    English Synonyms of "labor": childbirth, confinement, delivery, lying-in, accouchement, childbed, labour
    Define meaning of "labor": Concluding state of pregnancy; from the onset of labor to the birth of a child.
  4. She was in labor for six hours.

  5. Translate "labor" to Spanish: mano de obra, obreros, peonaje, potencial humano, trabajadores, personal a jornal
    English Synonyms of "labor": manpower, work force, workpeople, labour, man-power, labor force, labour force
    Define meaning of "labor": A social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages.
  6. There is a shortage of skilled labor in this field.

labor  Adjective
  1. Translate "labor" to Spanish: laboral, laborista, patronal
    English Synonyms of "labor": job, job-related, pertaining to work, related to work, work-related, labour

  2. Translate "labor" to Spanish: relativo al parto
    English Synonyms of "labor": birthing, labour

  3. Translate "labor" to Spanish: laboralista, de obreros
    English Synonyms of "labor": blue-collar, union, labour
    Define meaning of "labor": Of those who work for wages especially manual or industrial laborers. ; Of or designating manual industrial work or workers.

Verb Conjugation for "labor"
Gerund: laboring

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Conceptually-related expressions of "labor"
able-bodied labor
abnormal labor
abuse of the labor force
action under labor code
action under labor law
action under labor laws
active labor
actual labor cost
administrative department of the Soviet secret police responsible for maintaining labor camps
advancement of labor
allocation of labor
American Federation of Labor
arrested labor
artificial labor
atonic labor
Australian Labor Party
be in labor
bonded labor
Bureau of Labor Standards
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Business Technical Advisory Committee on Labor Matters
capital and labor
capital-labor ratio
cardinal movements of labor
casual labor
central labor union
cheap labor
child labor
child labor laws
civilian labor force
collective labor agreement
complicated labor
compulsory labor
concerning labor legislation
contract labor
contract with a labor agent
contract with a labor union
controlling labor costs
Convention Concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Child Labor abuse
core labor standards
cost of labor
cross-border labor market
day's labor
Declaration of Fundamental Labor Rights
Declaration of the Tenth Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labor
Department of Labor
dependent labor force
dilution of labor
direct labor
direct labor budget
direct-labor cost
direct-labor hours
division of labor
dry labor
dual labor market
efficient organization to reduce labor costs
elective induction of labor
elimination of child labor
embodied labor
enter the labor market
estimated labor requirement
expulsive stage of labor
fair labor practice
fair labor standard
false labor
farm labor
Federal Labor Law
female labor
first stage of labor
forced labor
fourth stage of labor
free labor
free movement of labor
Global Economy and its Social and Labor Dimension
grunt labor
habitual labor
hard labor
hidden labor loss
hire labor
hired labor
hiring of labor
hours of labor
idle time labor cost
immature labor
imprisonment at hard labor
indentured labor
independent labor force
indirect labor
indirect labor cost
indirect labor costs
induce labor
induced labor
induction of labor
Information System on Labor Markets
instrumental labor
insufficient intake of labor
intense labor
intensive labor
Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labor
international division of labor
international labor law
International Labor Organization
International Labor Review
itinerant labor
judge of a labor court
jurisdiction in labor cases
jurisdiction over matters concerning labor law
legal rights of organized labor
load a truck oneself without using paid dockside labor
lost labor
Mandate for the Modernization of the State in Labor Matters
manual labor
Maritime Labor Board
mean labor strength
mechanical labor
mechanism of labor
medical induction of labor
migrant labor
Minister of Labor
Ministry of Labor
missed labor
mobility of labor
Modernization of Labor Justice
Modernization of Labor Ministries
movement of labor
multiple labor
mutually recognized labor laws
National Institute for Labor Studies
National Labor College
non-labor
non-productive labor
nonproductive labor
nonwage labor costs
normalized unit labor cost
obstructed labor
occasional labor
of labor disputes
Office of the Solicitor of Labor
organized labor
part time labor
patchwork labor
permanent labor
pertaining to labor law
pertaining to labor unions
placental stage of labor
Plan of Action of the Eleventh Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labor
postponed labor
precipitate labor
premature labor
preterm labor
prevention of labor turnover
prison labor
prodromal labor
productive labor
productivity of agricultural labor
productivity of labor
prolonged labor
protracted labor
railway labor act
recruitment of labor
reduction of the labor force
redundance of labor
redundant labor
regulation of labor
reservation price of labor
rigidity of the cervix during labor
seasonal labor
second stage of labor
Secretary of Labor
semiskilled labor
show the head during labor
size of the labor force
skilled labor
skilled labor positions
slave labor
spontaneous labor
stage of labor
standard labor rate
status of a labor union
Strengthening of the Inter-American Labor System
subcontracting business that operates outside labor laws
substantive labor law
surgical induction of labor
sweated labor
technical labor standards
Technical Secretariat of the Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labor
temporary labor contract
third phase of labor
third stage of labor
tight labor market
true labor
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
U.S. Department of Labor
unfair labor practice
unfair labor practices
union labor
unit labor cost
United States Bureau of Labor Statistics
United States Department of Labor
unload a truck oneself without using paid dockside labor
unproductive labor
unskilled labor
US Bureau of Labor Statistics
US Department of Labor
woman in labor
young assistant not very prepared in manual labor
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