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career

noun [C] uk   /kəˈrɪər/ us    /-ˈrɪr/
B1 the job or series of jobs that you do during your working life, especially if you continue to get better jobs and earn more money: He's hoping for a career in the police force/as a police officer. When he retires he will be able to look back over a brilliant career (= a working life which has been very successful). It helps if you can move a few rungs up the career ladder before taking time off to have a baby. I took this new job because I felt that the career prospects were much better. Judith is very career-minded/-oriented (= gives a lot of attention to her job).
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career

verb [I usually + adv/prep] uk   /kəˈrɪər/ us    /-ˈrɪr/
(especially of a vehicle) to move fast and in a way that is out of control: The coach careered down a slope and collided with a bank.
Traducciones de “career”
en coreano 직업, 경력…
en árabe مِهْنة…
en francés carrière…
en turco meslek, iş, meslek yaşamı…
en italiano carriera…
en chino (tradicionál) 生涯,職業, 事業…
en ruso карьера…
en polaco kariera…
en español carrera…
en portugués carreira…
en alemán die Karriere, die Laufbahn…
en catalán carrera…
en japonés (一生の仕事としての)職業…
en chino (simplificado) 生涯,职业, 事业…
(Definition of career from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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