labor

1. n
1) труд, работа
2) рабочая сила

to exploit the labor of others — эксплуатировать чужой труд

to protect the labor — защищать труд

to raise the productivity of labor — поднимать производительность труда

to reduce the flow of unemployed labor to large towns — снижать наплыв безработных в крупные города

to restructure the existing international division of labor — перестраивать / менять структуру существующего международного разделения труда

to use foreign labor — использовать иностранную рабочую силу

to utilize low-cost labor — использовать дешевую рабочую силу / дешевый труд

- allocation of labor
- arduous labor
- cheap labor
- child labor
- common labor
- complex labor
- compound labor
- concrete labor
- conditions of labor
- constructive labor
- creative labor
- demand for skilled labor
- division of labor
- drift of labor
- expert labor
- female labor
- forced labor
- fruits of labor
- geographical division of labor
- guaranteed remuneration of labor
- hard labor
- highly mechanized labor
- highly skilled labor
- hired labor
- indirect labor
- individual labor
- industrial labor
- inefficient labor
- intellectual labor
- juvenile labor
- live labor
- lost labor
- manual labor
- marginal labor
- means of labor
- mental labor
- migration of labor
- non-union labor
- peaceful labor
- personal labor
- productivity of labor
- products of labor
- regular labor
- simple labor
- skilled labor
- slave labor
- social labor
- socialized labor
- surplus of labor
- trained labor
- unemployed labor
- unionized labor
- unpaid labor
- unskilled labor
- useful labor
- useless labor
- voluntary labor
- volunteer labor
- wage labor
- waste of labor
- world cooperation of labor
2. v
трудиться, работать; добиваться

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

Смотреть что такое "labor" в других словарях:

  • Labor — Labor …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • labor — (Del lat. labor, ōris). 1. f. Acción y efecto de trabajar. 2. Adorno tejido o hecho a mano, en la tela, o ejecutado de otro modo en otras cosas. U. m. en pl.) 3. Obra de coser, bordar, etc. 4. Labranza, en especial la de las tierras que se… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • LABOR — et exercitium, torpentem in nobis excitat ealorem, eoque et spiritus reddit vegetos et alacres: atque, ut ventilatio paleas e tririco et spicas inanes flatu dispellit. ita exercitatio quoque fugat noxios e corpore humores. Quâ similitudine hoc… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • labor — sustantivo femenino 1. Trabajo o actividad de una persona: Estaba muy ocupado con su labor. Ha hecho una labor excelente en la organización. Desarrolla su labor por las noches. Cuidar a estos niños es una labor callada. 2. (preferentemente en… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • labor — I (exertion) noun discipline, effort, endeavor, energy, enterprise, industry, mental toil, pains, strain, strife II (work) noun advocation, assignment, calling, craft, duty, employ, employment, job, line of business, line of work, occupation,… …   Law dictionary

  • labor — (Brit. labour) ► NOUN 1) work, especially hard physical work. 2) workers collectively. 3) (Labor) the Labor Party. 4) the process of childbirth. ► VERB 1) work hard …   English terms dictionary

  • Labor — La bor (l[=a] b[ e]r), n. [OE. labour, OF. labour, laber, labur, F. labeur, L. labor; cf. Gr. lamba nein to take, Skr. labh to get, seize.] [Written also {labour}.] 1. Physical toil or bodily exertion, especially when fatiguing, irksome, or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • labor — labor, no estar por la labor expr. no estar dispuesto a hacer algo. ❙ «Si no estás por la labor de sudar, siempre te queda el jacuzzi...» Juanma Iturriaga, Con chandal y a lo loco. ❙ «Necesito alas, ánimos, una inteligencia cómplice a mi lado, y… …   Diccionario del Argot "El Sohez"

  • labor — [lā′bər] n. [OFr < L, labor, orig., hardship, pain, prob. < base of labi, to slip, totter: see LAP1] 1. physical or mental exertion; work; toil 2. a specific task; piece of work 3. a) all wage earning workers as a group: distinguished from… …   English World dictionary

  • Labor — La bor, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Labored}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Laboring}.] [OE. labouren, F. labourer, L. laborare. See {Labor}, n.] [Written also {labour}.] 1. To exert muscular strength; to exert one s strength with painful effort, particularly in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • labor — [n1] work, undertaking activity, chore, daily grind, diligence, drudgery, effort, employment, endeavor, energy, exercise, exertion, grind*, gruntwork*, industry, job, moonlight*, operation, pains*, pull, push, strain, stress, struggle, sweat,… …   New thesaurus


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