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division of labournoun [U or S]

UK ( US division of labor) uk   us   ECONOMICS, MANAGEMENT
a way of organizing work, especially making things, so that it is done as a set of separate processes by different people or groups: By encouraging cooperation between departments, the company is challenging the traditional division of labour within the organization. a global division of labour between developed and developing countries
(Definition of division of labour from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Simplified) 分工…
in Chinese (Traditional) 分工…
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