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labour of love

C2 a piece of hard work that you do because you enjoy it and not because you will receive money or praise for it, or because you need to do it: He's always working on his car - it's a labour of love.
(Definition of labour of love from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “labour of love”
in Chinese (Simplified) 出于爱好而做的困难工作, 甘愿做的事…
in Chinese (Traditional) 出於愛好而做的困難工作, 甘願做的事…
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