worknoun

  • ja作品
  • enthe result of doing your job or doing an activity involving art, music, or literature

Examples

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May I also offer our service?
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I have seen the artifact.
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It's a bit tacky.
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It's a priceless work of art.
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Sir? Sir?
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Oh, no, is he mad?
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I can't see anything.
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Did he storm out?
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No, I stormed in to tell you it was a great plan.
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Nice work, Peralta.
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Hey, I wanna just say, I loved your work in 'Up.'
2.
I'm sorry?
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Oh, hey, Captain.
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Did you get my report on the Finley murder?
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Yeah, I looked it over. Nice work.
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My book, 'Seriously, I'm Kidding,'
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- was one of the greatest works of literature in the 21st century. - Yes.
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'Foundation' was an enormous influence for 'Star Wars.'
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It was the greatest science fiction work of all time.

Other meanings for work...

workverb

  • ja勤める、働く
  • ento spend time and effort performing a task or tasks, especially in exchange for money
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You know, there's no bigger privilege in the world than to work at this company at this moment in time
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and to be able to work with all the great people
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I get to work with every day.
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This is my last night working here.
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And I just wanted to say that I made some really good friends here.
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And it's just time to move on.
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When I was first getting started, I was living with 6 guys in a 3-bedroom apartment.
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And so I had no work and home balance.
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I was working at night as a bartender.
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And all I did was work.
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I went 7 years without a vacation, dude.
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That's what it's gonna take.
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You're fired!
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You're finished!
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You'll never work in fashion again!
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Something that people would find surprising is the team morale here.
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I personally love my job,
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and I know that team members who have been working here love their job,
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and it's just because when you come to work, you should enjoy what you do and who you're around.
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And they do, and we love it.
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It's 9:00 a.m.
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Why is no one working?
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Amy Santiago is a few minutes late,
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and we're all trying to guess why.
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Great news, Michael.
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We're now the official paper supplier of the NFL.
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That is fantastic.
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It's good, but it's not good enough.
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Keep working.
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How long did you work for Mr. Wellsley?
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About 4 and a half months.
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And you worked here too, Mr. Kettner?
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Just a couple weeks.
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So one of the great things about the robots is that they don't really get tired,
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and they don't really care what hours they work.
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And so as long as they've got juice in the batteries, they can keep going.

worknoun

  • ja労働、仕事
  • ena task done or a job done regularly especially in order to earn money
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I'm stuck here all day.
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And then you come in and spend 2 seconds with us,
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and then expect to go off gallivanting with your friends?
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Well, I don't think so, mister.
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Hey, I need to relax, okay?
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I was working all day.
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And you don't think taking care of our chick is work?
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That's not what I said.
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Okay? I just meant—
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I know what you meant.
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It's getting sort of late.
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It's 8:30, and it's St. Patrick's Day which is a world ethnic holiday.
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So I have decided I'm going to dismiss my employees.
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Hmm.
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I'm thrilled with the work they've done today, both the quality and the quantity.
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Great performance. Very, very solid all the way around.
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All right, then.
8.
Okay, Happy St. Patrick's Day.
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It's saying the server went down.
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Does anybody know that password? 'Cause otherwise, we can't do any work.
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Uh, try "password."
4.
Nope.
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Listen, you boys know how I made money when I was your age?
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Wrestling dinosaurs?
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Why do you think they're extinct?
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As I was saying, I made money cutting yards with my dad's mower.
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Mm, sounds like hard but honest work.
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We'll pass.
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A little hard work will do you some good.
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And I'll loan you my mower.
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What do you think we could get if we sell his mower?
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Left out of my will.
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I just figured you needed a place where you could concentrate,
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and not be bothered by bothering people.
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Okay.
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Let me show you what I mean.
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Your new office.
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How great is that, right?
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For a job well done.
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Well, not done.
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- I will do my work right now. - Mm-hmm.
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- I will stay late tonight. - Right.
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I'm very sorry about everything.
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You're a good kid.
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You know what?
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It gets bigger once you're in there.
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Enjoy it.
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Dogs are my whole life.
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Also work.
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Doing work and hanging with dogs.
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That's my lifestyle.
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Now shh, I'm trying to do my work,
2.
I suggest you do the same.

workverb

  • ja作用する
  • ento function properly or effectively; to operate; to be effective or to be successful
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What time is it?
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- 1:00. - 1:00.
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7:15.
4.
Watch doesn't work.
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-
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May I help you?
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Why doesn't my key work and what's all my stuff doing downstairs?
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Oh, I'm sorry.
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But for future reference, that thing in your hand can also be used as a phone.
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Yes, it's working.
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This game sucks! It's stupid!
2.
It's broken! Controller doesn't work!