Results for work

Definitions of work:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To put out mental or physical effort for some purpose; to toil or labor; to act or operate; to be occupied in some business or profession; to progress or move, etc., slowly and with difficulty; to ferment, as wine.

part of speech: noun


part of speech: present participle


part of speech: verb transitive

To make, fashion, or shape; to cause; as, to work confusion; to manage or operate; to set or keep in motion; to cause to labor; to accomplish with effort; to excite or provoke; to influence or control.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To make efforts to attain anything: to perform: to be in action: to be occupied in business or labor: to produce effects: to strain or labor: to ferment.

part of speech: noun

Physical or mental effort directed to some end or purpose; toil or labor; occupation or employment; a task or duty; something accomplished; a work of art; motion accomplished against a force tending to resist it; in physcics, the product of the force acting on a body and the distance the body is moved in line with the force.

part of speech: verb transitive

To make by labor: to bring into any state by action: to effect: to influence: to manage: to solve: to cause to ferment: to embroider:- pa. t. and pa. p. worked or wrought ( rawt).

part of speech: noun

Effort directed to an end: the result of work: that on which one works: anything made or done: deed: effect: a literary composition: a book: management:- pl. ( fort.) walls, trenches, etc.

part of speech: noun

Physical or mental labour; something produced by toil, whether mental or bodily; an engineering structure; a production of art; operation; employment; labour; the operation of sewing; figures wrought with the needle; action; treatment or management; a literary production; feat; achievement.

part of speech: past tense, past participle

Worked or wrought.

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