labor en Español

Pronunciación
s. Partido Laborista, Labor

labor en Inglés

Pronunciación
[labor (f)] n. labor, work, toil

Ejemplos

Tenía la labor de mezclar todas las pinturas que ella utilizaba para crear sus bellas pinturas.
I had the task of mixing all the paints she used when creating her beautiful paintings.
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Autoridades de la agencia australiana que coordina las labores de búsqueda del avión de Malasia Airlines dice que hay una señal consistente con la caja negra.
(Voz de América)
Authorities from the Australian agency that is coordinating the efforts of the search for the aircraft from Malaysia Airlines said that there was a signal consistent with the black box.
(Voice of America)
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Durante la reunión bilateral en el Despacho Oval, Obama dijo que estaba “favorablemente impresionado” por la labor de Mujica en Uruguay y resaltó los lazos de amistad que hay entre los dos países.
(Voz de América)
During the bilateral meeting in the Oval Office, Obama said he was “favourably impressed” by the work of Mujica in Uruguay, and highlighted the ties of friendship between the two countries.
(Voice of America)
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Los expertos indican que estas cámaras añaden un nuevo nivel de rendición de cuentas en la labor de la patrulla y del agente.
(Voz de América)
Experts say these cameras add a new level of accountability in the work of agents out on patrol.
(Voice of America)
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También anunció que se ha puesto fin a las labores de búsqueda en el Mar del Sur de China, donde se habían concentrado los esfuerzos de los equipos de rescate durante una semana.
(Voz de América)
It was also announced that the search efforts in the South Sea of China have been terminated. This was where they had concentrated the efforts of rescue teams for one week.
(Voice of America)
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El anuncio se produjo cuando varios familiares dijeron en Kuala Lumpur que no perdonarán a quienes les ocultan la verdad y han demorado las labores de búsqueda y rescate, e incluso están planteando acciones judiciales.
(Voz de América)
The announcement came as several relatives in Kuala Lumpur said they will not forgive those who hide the truth and have delayed the work of search and rescue, and are even considering legal action.
(Voice of America)
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El gobierno chino ordenó a ocho de sus barcos que se sumen a las labores de búsqueda en el Índico sur, incluidos tres buques de guerra que participaban en los trabajos de rastreo cerca de la isla indonesia de Sumatra, y también a un rompehielos que regresaba del Antártico.
(Voz de América)
The Chinese government ordered eight of its boats to join search efforts in the southern Indian Ocean, including three warships participating in mapping work near the Indonesian island of Sumatra, and also an icebreaker returning from the Antarctic.
(Voice of America)
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El aduar se hallaba completamente solo en aquel momento. Todos sus habitantes habían salido ya con el ganado o con los aperos de labor a los vecinos montes y cañadas.
The douar was completely deserted at the time. All its inhabitants had already left with their cattle and their implements of labour, to the neighbouring mountains and valleys.
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Eran criadas de las casas próximas que hacían labores o charlaban, siguiendo con mirada indiferente los juegos violentos de los niños confiados a su vigilancia;
Many nurse-maids from the neighboring houses were working and chattering here, following with indifferent glances the rough games of the children confided to their care,
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Pero ninguna soledad. A pocos pasos de ellos un señor grueso y miope leía su periódico, un grupo de mujeres charlaba y hacía labores.
But this was not solitude. A few steps away, a fat, nearsighted man was reading his paper, and a group of women were chatting and embroidering.
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Sinónimos

a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages: labor pool, prole, proletariat, lumpenproletariat, working class, worker, proletarian, labor force, labour, organized labor, stratum, social class, socio-economic class, class
productive work (especially physical work done for wages): elbow grease, work, manual labor, slavery, corvee, overworking, plodding, hunting, labour, exertion, travail, drudgery, hackwork, donkeywork, effort, hunt, overwork, grind, roping, sweat, toil, manual labour, haymaking
strive and make an effort to reach a goal: bear on, reach, drive, fight, strain, labour, struggle, push, strive, tug
work hard: moil, travail, do work, dig, grind, work, labour, drudge, toil, fag
a political party formed in Great Britain in 1900; characterized by the promotion of labor's interests and formerly the socialization of key industries: labour party, British Labour Party, Labourite, Labour Party, Labour, labor party
undergo the efforts of childbirth: have, deliver, bear, give birth, labour, birth, undergo



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