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work verb

worked/wrought   /wøːk/ , /wɔɪ̯k/ , /wɜɹk/ , /wɜː(ɹ)k/ , /wɜːk/ , /wɵːk/ , [wœːk] , [wɔːk] , [wɚk] , [wɛːk] , [wɜːk] , [wʊːɹk]
  • to do a specific task
travailler, bosser
  • to function correctly; to act as intended; to achieve the goal designed for
marcher, fonctionner
  • set into action
actionner
  • embroider with thread
broder
  • cause to happen
faire
  • operate in a certain place, area, or specialty.
opérer
  • behave in a certain way when handled.
se travailler
  • shape, form, or improve a material
travailler

work noun

  /wøːk/ , /wɔɪ̯k/ , /wɜɹk/ , /wɜː(ɹ)k/ , /wɜːk/ , /wɵːk/ , [wœːk] , [wɔːk] , [wɚk] , [wɛːk] , [wɜːk] , [wʊːɹk]
  • literary, artistic, or intellectual production
œuvre, travail
  • labour, employment, occupation, job
travail, œuvre, création
  • effort expended on a particular task
travail, œuvre
  • place where one is employed
  • physics: measure of energy expended in moving an object
travail
  • result of a particular manner of production
œuvre

working noun

  /ˈwɜːkɪŋ/ , /ˈwɝkɪŋ/
  • method of operation
fonctionnement

works

fabrique

works noun

  /wɜːks/ , /wɝks/
  • plural form of work (in its countable senses)
marcher
  • a mechanism or machine; the means by which something happens
machine

workings

fonctionnement
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