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労働, 労動, ろうどう

  • rōdō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru, nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • manual labor
  • manual labour
  • toil
  • work


  • Labour Party

Examples of 労働,労動,ろうどう in a Sentence

I can't do the hard day's work I used to.
The enterprises carried the five-day workweek.
Work is a very important part of life in the United States.
Ladies and Gentlemen, thanks to your untiring efforts our hideout is finally complete!!
I could clearly see that the hard work had begun to tell on his health.
The emerging labor shortage is viewed as a sign of economic overheating.
Work is not only important for economic benefits, the salary, but also for social and psychological needs, the feeling of doing something for the good of society.
The disagreement between the union and management could lead to a strike.
She quit her job because of the low pay and long hours.
Labor is not merely a necessity but a pleasure.

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