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work
  1. (heading, uncountable) Employment.
    1. Labour, occupation, job.
    2. The place where one is employed.
  2. (heading, uncountable) Effort.
    1. Effort expended on a particular task.
    2. Sustained human effort to overcome obstacles and achieve a result.
    3. Something on which effort is expended.
    4. (physics) A measure of energy expended in moving an object; most commonly, force times distance. No work is done if the object does not move.
    5. (physics) A measure of energy that is usefully extracted from a process.
  3. Sustained effort to achieve a goal or result, especially overcoming obstacles.
  4. (heading) Product; the result of effort.
    1. (uncountable, often in combination) The result of a particular manner of production.
    2. (uncountable, often in combination) Something produced using the specified material or tool.
    3. (countable) A literary, artistic, or intellectual production.
    4. (countable) A fortification.
  5. (uncountable, slang, professional wrestling) The staging of events to appear as real.
  6. (mining) Ore before it is dressed.
  7. The equipment needed to inject a drug (syringes, needles, swabs etc.)
  8. Synonyms:
    1. achievement, job, effort, occupation, employment, study, creation, product, piece, responsibility, endeavor, job, design, profession, trade, livelihood, office, line of business, career, role, duty, vocation, end product, energy, doing, handiwork, endeavor, output, gruntwork, task, invention, drudge, drudgery, stress, actualization, slogging, striving, composition, specialization, strain, undertaking, stint, pains, post, exertion, conscientiousness, production, workplace, toil, labor
workspace
  1. An area allocated for someone to work in, especially in an office.
  2. (computing) A file (or system of files) in which related software and data can be manipulated or developed in isolation from others.
  3. (computing) An empty portion of the screen or window that serves as a container for other windows or objects.
  4. (computing) One of the screens that can be switched between in a virtual desktop.
  5. Synonyms:
    1. workplace, office, workstation, working area, cubicle, booth, desk
works
  1. A mechanism or machine; the means by which something happens.
  2. A factory or factories, or similar collection(s) of buildings.
  3. (with "the") Everything or everything that is available or possible; especially, all available toppings on food.
  4. (with "the") Drastic treatment; abuse; the axe (dismissal).
  5. Synonyms:
    1. workings, mechanism, machinery, the lot, everything, parts, entirety, writings, the whole thing, insides, all of it, factory, movement, action, moving parts, workshop, mill, the whole kit and caboodle, all, acts, doings, guts, oeuvre, plant, actions, innards, output, canon, productions, deeds, whole caboodle, shop, whole shebang
working
workshop
workbook
  1. A book, used by a student, in which answers and workings may be entered besides questions and exercises.
  2. A book, used by a business, containing a record of work to be done, or work completed.
  3. (computing) A collection of spreadsheets stored in the same file.
  4. Synonyms:
    1. exercise book, schoolbook, book, jotter, notebook, legal pad, notepad, scratchpad
workhouse
  1. (Britain, historical) An institution for the poor homeless, funded by the local parish where the able-bodied were required to work. Wp
  2. (US) A prison in which the sentence includes manual labour.
  3. (archaic) A factory; a place of manufacture.
  4. Synonyms:
    1. poorhouse
worker
workstead
  1. Any place, such as a workshop, office, studio, or garage, set up where work can be performed; a workstation.
  2. A place of employment; workplace.
  3. A laboratory.
  4. Synonyms:
    1. workstation, computer terminal, workplace, workspace
workcamp
  1. A camp in which volunteers visit another region and work on a project to benefit the region or its inhabitants.
  2. Any camp built for workers, such as when constructing something in a wilderness area.
workflow
  1. The rate at which a flow of work takes place
  2. (business) A process and/or procedure in which tasks are completed. It may be defined with a flowchart to define actors, actions, results, decisions, and action paths.
  3. Synonyms:
    1. system, plan, exercise, function, onus, progress, venture, undertaking, effort, enterprise, assignment, productivity
workstation
  1. a desktop computer, normally more powerful than a normal PC and often dedicated to a specific task, such as graphics
  2. an area, at a workplace, for a single worker
  3. Synonyms:
    1. computer terminal, workspace, workplace, workstead
workery
  1. The art or business of working; workmanship, especially pertaining to handcrafts, handiwork, needlework, etc.
  2. A place where one works; workshop; factory
workload
  1. The amount of work assigned to a particular worker, normally in a specified time period
  2. The amount of work that a machine can handle or produce
  3. Synonyms:
    1. job, capability, load, assignment, capacity, amount of work
worknight
  1. A night during which work is done.
  2. An evening before a day one has to work; a school night for someone who works rather than goes to school; typically the evenings of Sunday to Thursday.
  3. Synonyms:
    1. school night
workgroup
  1. A group of workers engaged in a series of collaborative tasks who usually work together.
  2. (computing) A computer network created for use by such groups.
workmaster
  1. (archaic) Master workman; overseer; employer of workmen.
  2. A skilled craftsman who owns a workshop.
workability
  1. The ease with which something can be worked or fashioned.
  2. The quality of being workable; practical capacity to succeed.
  3. Synonyms:
    1. practicability, feasibility, possibility, practicality, viability, achievability, use, usefulness, value, advantage, attainability, operability, workableness, utility
workmanship
workbench
  1. A sturdy bench or table at which manual work is done by a carpenter, machinist and so on
  2. Synonyms:
    1. worktable, worktop, work surface, bench
workforce
  1. All the workers employed by a specific organization or state, or on a specific project
  2. Synonyms:
    1. staff, manpower, personnel, employees, pool, force, help, labour force, liveware, workers, human resources, labor force
workstyle
  1. A working lifestyle; the way in which somebody integrates their occupation into their life.
workfare
  1. (US) A form of welfare in which people are required to work as a condition of receiving aid
worklist
workingwoman
workingman
workroom
  1. A room, such as a workshop or studio, where work is done.
  2. Synonyms:
    1. room, workplace, studio, workshop, office, study
workwear
  1. Clothes designed to be worn while working, especially in a physically demanding job.
workweek
  1. (US) The range of days of the week that are normally worked
  2. Synonyms:
    1. working week
workfulness
  1. The quality, condition, or state of being workful; employment.
worksomeness
workableness
  1. The quality or state of being workable, or the extent to which a thing is workable.
  2. Synonyms:
    1. workability
workfellow
  1. One engaged in the same work with another; a companion in work.
  2. Synonyms:
    1. team member, team player, associate, collaborator, colleague, confederate, coworker, co-worker, member of the team, workmate
workscreen
  1. (rare, sometimes science fiction) A computer display that one can work at.
workcation
  1. (Canada) A vacation that one spends getting work done.
workmate
  1. Somebody with whom one works; a coworker.
  2. Synonyms:
    1. coworker, colleague, fellow worker
worktable
  1. A table designed for work of a specific type.
  2. Synonyms:
    1. bench, workbench, counter, worktop, work surface
workling
  1. One who is employed or who works; worker.
worktime
  1. The period, or daily hours, during which somebody works.
worktext
workshirt
  1. A shirt designed to be worn to work.
workperson
workshed
  1. A shed where work is carried out.
workplace
workfarer
  1. (US) A participant in a workfare system
workcamper
  1. One who attends a workcamp.
worke
  1. Obsolete spelling of work
workship
  1. (archaic) workmanship
workings
  1. plural of working.
  2. (plural only) The internal mechanism of some device or system.
  3. (plural only) The parts of a quarry or mine that are being (or has been) worked.
  4. Synonyms:
    1. mechanics, ropes, works, mechanism, machinery, ins and outs, moving parts
workingwomen
workstations
workmanships
workabilities
workpeople
workingmen
workcations
  1. plural of workcation
workmasters
  1. plural of workmaster
workcampers
  1. plural of workcamper
workfellows
workpersons
workscreens
  1. plural of workscreen
workforces
worknights
  1. plural of worknight
  2. Synonyms:
    1. school nights
workplaces
workshirts
  1. plural of workshirt
worksteads
worktables
workfarers
  1. plural of workfarer
workgroups
  1. plural of workgroup
workhouses
  1. plural of workhouse
  2. Synonyms:
    1. poorhouses
workspaces
workstyles
  1. plural of workstyle
workbenches
worklings
  1. plural of workling
workloads
  1. plural of workload
  2. Synonyms:
    1. assignment, capability, capacity, jobs, loads
workmates
workrooms
worksheds
  1. plural of workshed
workshops
worktexts
  1. plural of worktext
worklists
workbooks
workcamps
  1. plural of workcamp
workflows
worktimes
  1. plural of worktime
workweeks
  1. plural of workweek
  2. Synonyms:
    1. working weeks
workers
workes
  1. plural of worke
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