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Translation of "overwork" - English-Spanish dictionary

overwork

noun [no plural]   /ˌəʊ·vəˈwɜːk/
doing too much work exceso de trabajo He got sick through overwork.
verb   /ˌəʊ·vəˈwɜːk/
to work too much, or to make someone work too much (hacer) trabajar en exceso You look exhausted – I hope they’re not overworking you.
(Definition of overwork from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

overwork

noun /əuvəˈwəːk/
the act of working too hard trabajo excesivo It’s overwork that made him ill.
overworked adjective
made to work too hard explotado His staff are overworked.
(Definition of overwork from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “overwork”
in Korean 과로…
in Arabic إرهاق…
in Malaysian kerja terlalu kuat…
in French surmenage…
in Chinese (Traditional) 工作過度的, 過分勞累的…
in Italian troppo lavoro…
in Vietnamese sự làm việc quá sức…
in Portuguese excesso de trabalho…
in Thai ทำงานมากไป…
in German die Überarbeitung…
in Catalan excés de feina…
in Japanese 過労…
in Chinese (Simplified) 工作过度的, 过分劳累的…
in Indonesian bekerja terlalu keras…
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