Die Übersetzung von "work" - Englisch-Wörterbuch Malaysian


noun /wəːk/

effort made in order to achieve or make something

He has done a lot of work on this project


I cannot find work in this town.

a task or tasks; the thing that one is working on

tugasan; kerja
Please clear your work off the table.

a painting, book, piece of music etc

hasil karya
the works of Van Gogh / Shakespeare/Mozart
This work was composed in 1816.

the product or result of a person’s labours/labors

hasil kerja
His work has shown a great improvement lately.

one’s place of employment

tempat bekerja
He left (his) work at 5.30 p.m.
I don’t think I’ll go to work tomorrow.
-work suffix

(the art of making) goods of a particular material

kerja tangan
He learns woodwork at school
This shop sells basketwork.

parts of something, eg a building, made of a particular material

bahagian yg diperbuat drpd
The stonework/woodwork/paintwork needs to be renewed.
workable adjective

(of a plan) able to be carried out

boleh dilaksanakan
a workable solution.
worker noun

a person who works or who is employed in an office, a factory etc

office workers
car workers.

a manual worker rather than an office-worker etc.


a person who works (hard etc)

He’s a slow/hard worker.
works noun singular or plural

a factory etc

The steelworks is/are closed for the holidays.
work-basket noun ( work-box)

a basket, box etc for holding thread, needlework etc.

bakul jahit
workbook noun

a book of exercises usually with spaces for answers.

buku kerja
workforce noun

the number of workers (available for work) in a particular industry, factory etc

tenaga kerja
The factory has a workforce of about 300 people.
working class noun

the section of society who work with their hands, doing manual labour.

golongan pekerja
working day noun ( work-day)

a day on which one goes to work, and is not on holiday.

hari bekerja

the period of actual labour in a normal day at work

tempoh masa bekerja
My working day is eight hours long.
working hours noun plural

the times of day between which one is at work

waktu bekerja
Normal working hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
working party noun (plural working parties, work parties) ( work party)

a group of people gathered together (usually voluntarily) to perform a particular physical task

jawatankuasa penyiasat
They organized a work party to clear the canal of weeds.
working week noun

the five days from Monday to Friday inclusive when people go to work.

minggu kerja
workman noun (plural workmen)

a man who does manual work

pekerja buruh
the workmen on a building site.
workmanlike adjective

suitable to a good workman

yg wajar sbg pekerja
a workmanlike attitude.

well performed

baik dan rapi buatannya
a workmanlike job.
workmanship noun

the skill of a qualified workman; skill in making things

kemahiran buatan
We were admiring the superb workmanship of the sculpture.
workmate noun

one of the people who work in the same place of employment as oneself

rakan sekerja
Her workmates teased her about being the boss’s favourite.
workout noun

a period of hard physical exercise for the purpose of keeping fit etc

Do these exercises as part of you daily workout.
workplace noun

the office, factory, or other place where people work

tempat kerja
sexual discrimination in the workplace.
worksheet noun

a piece of paper that has questions and exercises for students to do.

lembaran kerja
workshop noun

a room or building, especially in a factory etc where construction and repairs are carried out.


a course of experimental work for a group of people on a particular project.

kajian atau penyelidikan
workstation noun

a desk and a computer for one person to work at in an office.

stesen kerja

a computer that is part of a computer network in a place such as an office.

stesen kerja
at work


di tempat kerja
He’s writing a novel and he likes to be at work (on it) by eight o’clock every morning.
get/set to work

to start work

memulakan sesuatu kerja
Could you get to work painting that ceiling?
I’ll have to set to work on this mending this evening.
go to work on

to begin work on

untuk memulakan kerja
We’re thinking of going to work on an extension to the house.
have one’s work cut out

to be faced with a difficult task

menghadapi cabaran atau kesukaran
You’ll have your work cut out to beat the champion.
in working order

(of a machine etc) operating correctly

beroperasi atau berfungsi dengan baik
Despite its age, the clock was in perfect working order.
out of work adjective

having no employment

tidak bekerja; tiada pekerjaan
He’s been out of work for months.
work of art noun

a painting, sculpture etc.

karya seni seperti lukisan, ukiran
work off phrasal verb

to get rid of (something unwanted or unpleasant) by taking physical exercise etc

melepaskan rasa marah
He worked off his anger by running round the garden six times.
work out phrasal verb

to solve or calculate correctly

mengira atau mencari penyelesaian dengan betul
I can’t work out how many should be left.

to come to a satisfactory end

bekerja sehingga habis
Don’t worry – it will all work out (in the end).

to perform physical exercises

She works out every day.
work up phrasal verb

to excite or rouse gradually

membangkitkan minat atau selera; merangsang
She worked herself up into a fury
(adjective worked-up) Don’t get so worked-up!

to raise or create

membangkitkan minat; merangsang
I just can’t work up any energy/appetite/enthusiasm today.
work up to phrasal verb

to progress towards and prepare for

bangkit; bersedia untuk; merangsang keinginan
Work up to the difficult exercises gradually.
work wonders

to produce marvellous results

sangat berkesan
These pills have worked wonders for my rheumatism.

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