work noun (ACTIVITY) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "work" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

work

noun [U] (ACTIVITY)
行動
 
 
/wɜːk/ US  /wɝːk/
an activity, such as a job, which a person uses physical or mental effort to do, usually for money
工作;勞動;活兒
I've got so much work to do.
我有一大堆工作要做。
Carrying heavy loads around all day is hard work.
整天來回運送重物是件苦事。
What time do you start/finish work?
你甚麼時間開始/完成工作?
Adrian does most of the work around the house.
阿德里安做大部分的家務。
What sort of work are you experienced in?
你對哪一種工作有經驗?
She tends to wear quite smart clothes for work.
她總是穿得漂漂亮亮的去上班。
Roger's work involves a lot of travelling.
羅傑的工作需要經常出差。
Work, working and the workplaceWorking hours and periods of work
the material used by someone at work, or what they produce
工作材料;工作成果
I'll have to take this work home with me and finish it there.
我只好把這項工作帶回家完成。
All the furniture is the work of residents here.
所有傢俱都是這裡居民的勞動成果。
Products and producersBuying and selling in general
(Definition of work noun (ACTIVITY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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