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working /'wə:kiɳ/
  • danh từ
    • sự làm việc, sự làm
    • sự lên men, sự để lên men (rượu, bia)
    • (kỹ thuật) sự hoạt động, sự chuyển vận, sự vận hành, sự dùng (máy móc)
    • sự khai thác (mỏ)
    • (số nhiều) công trường, xưởng
    • (y học) tác dụng, công dụng (của thuốc)
    • sự nhăn nhó (mặt)
    • tính từ
      • lao động, công nhân, vô sản
      • dùng để làm việc
        • working clothes: quần áo đi làm
      • công, làm việc
        • working day: ngày làm việc
      • (kỹ thuật) chạy, hoạt động
        • working order: tình trạng chạy được
      • (tài chính) luân chuyển; kinh doanh
        • working catital: vốn luân chuyển
        • working expenses: chi phí kinh doanh
      • đủ, vừa đủ; có hiệu lực, có giá trị
        • a working majority: đa số vừa đủ để thắng (trong một cuộc bầu cử)
      • có thể chấp nhận, thừa nhận được
        • working theory: lý thuyết có thể chấp nhận được
    Concise Dictionary
    workings'wɜrkɪŋ /'wɜː-
    noun
    +a mine or quarry that is being or has been worked
    adj.
    +actively engaged in paid work
    +adequate for practical use; especially sufficient in strength or numbers to accomplish something
    +adopted as a temporary basis for further work
    +(of e.g. a machine) performing or capable of performing
    +serving to permit or facilitate further work or activity

    wrought|works|worked|workingwɜrk /wɜːk
    noun
    +activity directed toward making or doing something
    +a product produced or accomplished through the effort or activity or agency of a person or thing
    +the occupation for which you are paid
    +applying the mind to learning and understanding a subject (especially by reading)
    +the total output of a writer or artist (or a substantial part of it)
    +a place where work is done
    +(physics) a manifestation of energy; the transfer of energy from one physical system to another expressed as the product of a force and the distance through which it moves a body in the direction of that force
    verb
    +exert oneself by doing mental or physical work for a purpose or out of necessity
    +be employed
    +have an effect or outcome; often the one desired or expected
    +perform as expected when applied
    +shape, form, or improve a material
    +give a workout to
    +proceed along a path
    +operate in a certain place, area, or specialty
    +proceed towards a goal or along a path or through an activity
    +move in an agitated manner
    +cause to happen or to occur as a consequence
    +cause to work
    +prepare for crops
    +behave in a certain way when handled
    +have and exert influence or effect
    +operate in or through
    +cause to operate or function
    +provoke or excite
    +gratify and charm, usually in order to influence
    +make something, usually for a specific function
    +move into or onto
    +make uniform
    +use or manipulate to one's advantage
    +find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of
    +cause to undergo fermentation
    +go sour or spoil
    +arrive at a certain condition through repeated motion

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 labour, toil, effort, drudgery, travail, exertion, industry:
    Few people make it to the top and stay there without hard work.
    2 employment, business, occupation, vocation, calling, profession, trade, line, métier, career, livelihood, job, post, position, situation:
    Does your work as a test pilot interfere much with your home life?
    3 task, function, duty, assignment, charge, responsibility, chore, commission, undertaking, stint:
    When you are finished with that work, clean out the cellar.
    4 feat, achievement, creation, accomplishment, opus, handiwork, oeuvre, production, composition, piece, master-work, masterpiece, chef-d'oeuvre, magnum opus, output:
    Some of Edwin's recent works have won prizes.
    5 in work. in production, under way, being done, in the works, being planned, in the planning stage(s):
    The budget has been approved and the project is already in work.
    6 out of work. unemployed, idle, jobless, at liberty, between engagements, available, free, Brit redundant, Colloq Brit on the dole, US on or collecting unemployment:
    How long have you been out of work?
    v.
    7 labour, toil, exert oneself, sweat, moil, slave (away), peg away, slog (away):
    His father worked in the mines from the age of nine till he died of black-lung disease at forty.
    8 till, plough, farm, cultivate:
    Would he have been healthier and longer-lived had he worked the land?
    9 have a job, hold (down) a post or position, earn a living, be employed:
    His wife works as a designer in a Parisian fashion house.
    10 control, manage, manipulate, manoeuvre, wield, handle, operate, use, make use of, utilize, exploit, deal with, bring into play:
    Are you sure you know how to work all those dials and buttons?
    11 function, operate, run, go, develop, turn out, Colloq pan out:
    Are you sure that the plan is working to your advantage?
    12 function, operate, run, go:
    The drill works better if you turn on the power.
    13 knead, mould, form, fashion, shape; mix, stir, incorporate:
    Work the clay into long, narrow strips. Try to work the colour in with your fingers..
    14 manoeuvre, manipulate, guide:
    See if you can work him over into a corner where you can grab him.
    15 operate, use, employ, put to (good or effective) use, wield, manipulate, ply, apply, exploit:
    Tanya must have worked her magic on Eustace to make him that docile.
    16 bring about, effect, accomplish, carry out or off, make, produce, achieve, engender, beget, create, do, put through, execute, fulfil, effectuate, implement, realize:
    I doubt that the new sports centre will work many changes in the area.
    17 work in. find time or space for, include, insert, introduce, fit in, squeeze in, accommodate:
    I'll try and work in your comments when I write up my report.
    18 work on. wheedle, coax, importune, press, Brit pressurize, US pressure; influence, persuade, act on, prevail upon, induce, dispose, urge:
    Keep working on him to try to change his mind.
    19 work out.
    (a) exercise, do callisthenics, do aerobics, warm up, do setting-up exercises, do (one's) daily dozen, jog, lift weights, train, drill:
    I try to work out for an hour every day.
    (b) Often, work out at or to. equal, total (up to), result in, amount to, come to:
    Let's see - that works out at one car for every 4.7 people.
    (c) clear up, resolve, solve, Slang Brit and New Zealand suss out:
    Thaddeus is old enough to work out his own problems. Can they work out their differences?
    (d) evolve, develop, succeed, prosper, come out all right, prove satisfactory, go well, be effective, Colloq pan out:
    How can you be so sure that everything will work out?
    (e) formulate, work up, contrive, draw up, detail, plan, develop, devise, put together, elaborate, expand, enlarge (on):
    The captain worked out a way for them to escape.
    20 work up.
    (a) excite, make excited, agitate, inflame, enkindle, arouse, rouse, stir, move, animate, incite, spur, Colloq fire (up), get (someone) (all) steamed or hopped or het up:
    Those fire-and-brimstone preachers used to get the people all worked up.
    (b) prepare, (make or get) ready, whip into shape, develop, come up with, write up, put together, produce, turn out:
    Can you work up that proposal in time for Monday's meeting?
    (c) advance, ascend, rise, move up or ahead or on:
    In no time at all, Greg worked his way up from assembler to foreman.
    (d) See 19 (e), above.
    worker
    n.
    labourer, working man or woman, workman, hand, employee, artisan, craftsman, tradesman, white-collar worker, blue-collar worker, proletarian, breadwinner, wage-earner:
    It seems unlikely that the workers would strike for longer hours and less pay.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    adjective, noun
    + adjective [only before noun]
    1 having a job for which you are paid
    Synonym: EMPLOYED
    the working population + a working wife / mother
    See also - HARD-WORKING
    2 having a job that involves hard physical work rather than office work, studying, etc: a working man + a working men's club
    3 connected with your job and the time you spend doing it: long working hours + poor working conditions + I have a good working relationship with my boss. + She spent most of her working life as a teacher. + recent changes in working practices
    4 a working breakfast or lunch is one at which you discuss business
    5 used as a basis for work, discussion, etc. but likely to be changed or improved in the future: a working hypothesis / theory + Have you decided on a working title for your thesis yet?
    6 if you have a working knowledge of sth, you can use it at a basic level
    7 the working parts of a machine are the parts that move in order to make it function
    8 a working MAJORITY is a small MAJORITY that is enough to enable a government to win votes in parliament and make new laws
    Idioms see ORDER n.
    + noun [usually pl.]
    1 ~ (of sth) the way in which a machine, a system, an organization, etc. works: an introduction to the workings of Congress + the workings of the human mind + the machine's inner workings
    2 the parts of a mine or QUARRY where coal, metal, stone, etc. is or has been dug from the ground: A pump was used to remove water from the old workings.


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