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Translation of "work" - English-Spanish dictionary

work

verb
to be employed trabajar, tener empleo Are you working just now? to (cause to) operate (in the correct way) funcionar He has no idea how that machine works / how to work that machine That machine doesn’t/won’t work, but this one’s working. to be practicable and/or successful funcionar, dar resultados If my scheme works, we’ll be rich! to make (one’s way) slowly and carefully with effort or difficulty progresar, desarrollar She worked her way up the rock face. to get into, or put into, a stated condition or position, slowly and gradually volverse The wheel worked loose. to make by craftsmanship trabajar, fabricar The ornaments had been worked in gold.
(Definition of work from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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