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out of workadjective

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HR, WORKPLACE without a ​paidjob: I've been out of ​work for the past six months.put/leave/throw sb out of work The ​plantclosed in November 2010, ​leaving 400 ​people out of ​work. an out-of-work ​managementconsultant
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