working adjective (JOB) translate to Traditional Chinese
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working

adjective [before noun] (JOB)
工作
 
 
/ˈwɜː.kɪŋ/ US  /ˈwɝː-/
relating to work
工作的
a 37-hour working week
一周工作37小時
Working conditions/practices in the mill have hardly changed over the last twenty years.
過去20年來,這家磨坊的工作條件/方式幾乎沒有改變。
She has a difficult working relationship with many of her staff.
她與很多員工的工作關係都不好。
Work, working and the workplaceWorking hours and periods of work
having work
有工作的
These tax changes will affect 90% of the working population.
這些稅收的變化將會影響到90%的工作人口。
Work, working and the workplaceWorking hours and periods of work
Translations of “working”
in Korean 일의, 직장의…
in Arabic عَمَل…
in Portuguese de trabalho…
in Catalan laboral…
in Japanese 労働の, 仕事の…
in Italian di lavoro…
in Russian связанный с работой…
in Turkish işe ilişkin, işle ilgili…
in Chinese (Simplified) 工作, 工作的, 有工作的…
in Polish pracy…
(Definition of working adjective (JOB) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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