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Noun
Consisting of, or containing, everything
“Would you like a burger with the works?”
Noun
The components of a machine, equipment or system
“The box held what looked like the works of a large clock.”
Noun
A place where something is manufactured
“The belching chimneys of the steel works.”
Noun
The sum total of a writer's or artist's achievements considered together
“The complete works of Milton.”
Noun
General actions or deeds throughout the life of someone or something
“A religious order who dedicated their lives to prayer and good works.”
Verb
Performing a task as part of one's employment
“I work as a ranger at the local national park.”
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To exert oneself for a particular purpose
“I had to work late into the night to complete my report before the deadline.”
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To function with a specific purpose
“The lungs work as the respiratory system in humans and many other animals.”
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To produce as a result of effort
“Cutting calories can work wonders for weight loss.”
Verb
To be successful
“I am confident this plan of action will work.”
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To operate a device or machinery
“Could somebody show me how to work the coffee machine?”
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To be in working condition
“My broken computer will work again after I send it in for repairs.”
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To produce a desired effect
“Allow the medication about an hour to work.”
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To bring into a heightened emotional state
“The gregarious politician would work the crowd into a frenzy during his rallies.”
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To effect by gradual degrees
“I had to work my way through the large crowds.”
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To shape or form a given material
“The baker would work the dough thoroughly to soften it.”
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(farming) To cultivate soil
“The farmers prepared to work the vast expanses of land to grow crops.”
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To arrange or contrive
“The political consultant was prepared to work it in order to get his candidate elected.”
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To move in an agitated manner
“Jane's left eyelid would work furiously due to her nervousness.”
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To arrive at an answer through logic
“I had to think long and hard before figuring out how to work this puzzle.”
Verb
To provide for, usually for one's family
“He felt it was now his job to work for his family.”
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To cause someone to work, usually hard
“The coach would work his players hard during practice.”
Verb
To take unfair advantage of
“She would work her famous husband's name to get ahead.”
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