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noun [U]
/tɔɪl/ UK HR
abbreviation for time off in lieu →  See also compensatory time
Translations of “TOIL”
in Korean 힘든 일…
in Arabic كَدح…
in Portuguese trabalho pesado, fadiga, labuta…
in Catalan treball dur, feinada…
in Japanese 困難な仕事…
in Italian duro lavoro, fatica…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指體力上的)苦工…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指体力上的)苦工,苦活…
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