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Translation of "the shop floor" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

the shop floor

noun [S]    
the ordinary workers in a factory, or the place where they work (工廠的)普通工人;工作場所 Workers in general
on the shop floor
among the ordinary workers at a factory 在普通工人當中 There is concern on the shop floor over job security. 基層工人非常擔心自己的工作是否有保障。 FactoriesEmployment status and types of work
Translations of “the shop floor”
in Chinese (Simplified) (工厂的)普通工人, 工作车间…
(Definition of the shop floor from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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