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  • 1 work

    [wə:k] 1. noun
    1) (effort made in order to achieve or make something: He has done a lot of work on this project) trabalho
    2) (employment: I cannot find work in this town.) emprego
    3) (a task or tasks; the thing that one is working on: Please clear your work off the table.) trabalho
    4) (a painting, book, piece of music etc: the works of Van Gogh / Shakespeare/Mozart; This work was composed in 1816.) obra
    5) (the product or result of a person's labours: His work has shown a great improvement lately.) trabalho
    6) (one's place of employment: He left (his) work at 5.30 p.m.; I don't think I'll go to work tomorrow.) emprego
    2. verb
    1) (to (cause to) make efforts in order to achieve or make something: She works at the factory three days a week; He works his employees very hard; I've been working on/at a new project.) trabalhar
    2) (to be employed: Are you working just now?) ter emprego
    3) (to (cause to) operate (in the correct way): He has no idea how that machine works / how to work that machine; That machine doesn't/won't work, but this one's working.) funcionar
    4) (to be practicable and/or successful: If my scheme works, we'll be rich!) dar resultado
    5) (to make (one's way) slowly and carefully with effort or difficulty: She worked her way up the rock face.) (deslocar-se, etc.) penosamente
    6) (to get into, or put into, a stated condition or position, slowly and gradually: The wheel worked loose.) tornar(-se)
    7) (to make by craftsmanship: The ornaments had been worked in gold.) fabricar
    - - work
    - workable
    - worker
    - works
    3. noun plural
    1) (the mechanism (of a watch, clock etc): The works are all rusted.) mecanismo
    2) (deeds, actions etc: She's devoted her life to good works.) acçOes
    - work-box
    - workbook
    - workforce
    - working class
    - working day
    - work-day
    - working hours
    - working-party
    - work-party
    - working week
    - workman
    - workmanlike
    - workmanship
    - workmate
    - workout
    - workshop
    - at work
    - get/set to work
    - go to work on
    - have one's work cut out
    - in working order
    - out of work
    - work of art
    - work off
    - work out
    - work up
    - work up to
    - work wonders
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    [wə:k] n 1 trabalho: a) labor, faina, lida. b) ocupação, emprego. c) profissão, ofício. d) tarefa. e) serviço, mister. f) produto manufaturado. g) obra (também artística, literária, etc.). h) atividade, esforço. i) costura, bordado. 2 estudo, pesquisa, projeto. 3 mecanismo, motor, maquinaria (também works). 4 fábrica, usina, oficina, estabelecimento fabril (também works). 5 Mil fortificações. 6 Eng construção. 7 empreendimento, local de trabalho. 8 energia. heat can be converted into work / o calor pode ser transformado em energia (movimento). • vt+vi 1 trabalhar: a) fazer trabalhar, dar trabalho a. b) labutar, laborar, lidar, operar. c) correr, funcionar, andar (máquina). d) produzir, estar em atividade (fábrica, oficina). e) formar, forjar, talhar, moldar, prensar, preparar, produzir. f) lavrar, cultivar, plantar. g) executar cuidadosamente, tratar, examinar. h) estar empregado, exercer o seu ofício, aplicar sua atividade a. i) esforçar-se, empregar seus esforços. 2 calcular, resolver (problema). 3 elaborar, pôr em prática. 4 manejar, manipular. 5 visitar, percorrer uma zona (como vendedor). 6 influenciar, influir. 7 persuadir, induzir. 8 coll enganar. 9 provocar, causar. 10 trabalhar em máquina, operar máquina. 11 fazer funcionar, pôr em movimento ou correr. 12 dirigir ou conduzir (trem). 13 explorar (mina). 14 tecer, costurar, bordar, fazer trabalho de agulha. 15 dar certo, ter resultado, produzir efeito, ser eficaz. your plan does not work / seu plano não dá resultado. 16 desenvolver-se. 17 mover-se com dificuldade. 18 forçar o seu caminho laboriosamente. I worked myself into the cave / forcei a entrada ou abri o caminho para a caverna. 19 alterar, contorcer o rosto ( with de). 20 estar agitado, estar em agitação. 21 fermentar (líquidos). 22 excitar(-se), alterar(-se). 23 acionar, mover. • adj de ou relativo ao trabalho. anxious work trabalho inquietante, exaltante. at work a) (pessoas) a/de serviço, trabalhando. b) (máquina) em movimento. a work in three volumes uma obra em três volumes (ou tomos). defensive works Mil fortificação. good work! bom trabalho! bom resultado! good works Theol boas ações, obras de caridade. his face worked with pain seu rosto se contorceu de dor. in work a) em serviço. b) em atividade. it had worked much good tem causado muito bem. it is the work of poison é o efeito do veneno. I worked myself into a frenzy fui me exaltando (inutilmente). needle work trabalho de agulha. out of work desempregado. that is all in the day’s work isto não é nada de extraordinário, é muito comum. the screw worked itself loose o parafuso soltou-se. to do someone’s dirty work fazer um serviço/trabalho desagradável por alguém. to make short work of it fazer um trabalho rapidamente, sem muito esforço ou dificuldade. to work against time trabalhar sob controle de tempo. to work at dedicar-se a. to work in a) penetrar no assunto, adquirir prática. b) encaixar, inserir. to work into a) penetrar. the dye worked into the stuff / o corante penetrou no material. b) insinuar. c) transformar em (um produto). to work off a) transformar, mudar (em um produto). b) liquidar. c) livrar-se de. d) dar expansão a seus sentimentos. e) Typogr tirar provas. to work oneself into a) enfronhar-se bem em (um trabalho), adquirir muita prática. b) forçar o caminho através de ou para. to work out a) executar, realizar. b) elaborar, planejar. c) desenvolver. d) resolver (problema). e) fazer exercício, praticar. f) ter efeito, mostrar efeito, surgir, ser resolvido. to work out at somar em, perfazer o total de, custar. to work over a) fazer ou trabalhar em algo por completo. b) examinar em detalhes. to work someone over agredir alguém violentamente. to work through lidar com um problema (especialmente emocional) do seu jeito. to work to a) virar (vento). b) Naut barlaventear. to work up a) elaborar, planejar. b) desenvolver (to, into para). c) redigir. d) estudar e ter a seu cargo um assunto ou tema. e) persuadir. f) incitar, instigar, excitar. g) fazer subir os preços. h) revolver (sentimentos). i) misturar (alimentos). j) subir, ter sucesso na vida. to work up to atingir, alcançar. voluntary work trabalho voluntário. we had worked our sums right nós solucionamos nossos problemas de matemática. we went/ set to work pusemos mãos à obra. you work yourself to death você se mata (trabalhando).

    English-Portuguese dictionary > work

  • 2 work

    [wə:k] 1. noun
    1) (effort made in order to achieve or make something: He has done a lot of work on this project) trabalho
    2) (employment: I cannot find work in this town.) trabalho
    3) (a task or tasks; the thing that one is working on: Please clear your work off the table.) trabalho
    4) (a painting, book, piece of music etc: the works of Van Gogh / Shakespeare/Mozart; This work was composed in 1816.) obra
    5) (the product or result of a person's labours: His work has shown a great improvement lately.) trabalho
    6) (one's place of employment: He left (his) work at 5.30 p.m.; I don't think I'll go to work tomorrow.) trabalho
    2. verb
    1) (to (cause to) make efforts in order to achieve or make something: She works at the factory three days a week; He works his employees very hard; I've been working on/at a new project.) trabalhar
    2) (to be employed: Are you working just now?) trabalhar
    3) (to (cause to) operate (in the correct way): He has no idea how that machine works / how to work that machine; That machine doesn't/won't work, but this one's working.) funcionar
    4) (to be practicable and/or successful: If my scheme works, we'll be rich!) funcionar, dar certo
    5) (to make (one's way) slowly and carefully with effort or difficulty: She worked her way up the rock face.) avançar com esforço
    6) (to get into, or put into, a stated condition or position, slowly and gradually: The wheel worked loose.) tornar(-se)
    7) (to make by craftsmanship: The ornaments had been worked in gold.) modelar, trabalhar
    - - work
    - workable - worker - works 3. noun plural
    1) (the mechanism (of a watch, clock etc): The works are all rusted.) mecanismo
    2) (deeds, actions etc: She's devoted her life to good works.) obras, ações
    - work-box - workbook - workforce - working class - working day - work-day - working hours - working-party - work-party - working week - workman - workmanlike - workmanship - workmate - workout - workshop - at work - get/set to work - go to work on - have one's work cut out - in working order - out of work - work of art - work off - work out - work up - work up to - work wonders

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > work

  • 3 work-in

    work-in
    [w'ə:k in] n ocupação de fábrica: forma de protesto na qual os trabalhadores de uma empresa que será fechada tomam conta da mesma.

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  • 4 work up

    1) (to excite or rouse gradually: She worked herself up into a fury. ( adjective worked-up: Don't get so worked-up!).) irritar(-se)
    2) (to raise or create: I just can't work up any energy/appetite/enthusiasm today.) criar

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  • 5 work up to

    (to progress towards and prepare for: Work up to the difficult exercises gradually.) avançar aos poucos

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  • 6 work

    trabalho, obra, emprego
    to work:
    operar, trabalhar

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  • 7 work up

    1) (to excite or rouse gradually: She worked herself up into a fury. ( adjective worked-up: Don't get so worked-up!).) irritar-se
    2) (to raise or create: I just can't work up any energy/appetite/enthusiasm today.) criar

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  • 8 work up to

    (to progress towards and prepare for: Work up to the difficult exercises gradually.) progredir em direção a

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  • 9 -work

    1) ((the art of making) goods of a particular material: He learns woodwork at school; This shop sells basketwork.) trabalho de (cesteiro, etc.)
    2) (parts of something, eg a building, made of a particular material: The stonework/woodwork/paintwork needs to be renewed.) cantaria/madeiramento/pintura

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  • 10 -work

    1) ((the art of making) goods of a particular material: He learns woodwork at school; This shop sells basketwork.)
    2) (parts of something, eg a building, made of a particular material: The stonework/woodwork/paintwork needs to be renewed.)

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > -work

См. также в других словарях:

  • work — [wʉrk] n. [ME werk < OE weorc, akin to Ger werk < IE base * werĝ , to do, act > Gr ergon (for * wergon), action, work, organon, tool, instrument] 1. physical or mental effort exerted to do or make something; purposeful activity; labor;… …   English World dictionary

  • Work — (w[^u]rk), n. [OE. work, werk, weorc, AS. weorc, worc; akin to OFries. werk, wirk, OS., D., & G. werk, OHG. werc, werah, Icel. & Sw. verk, Dan. v[ae]rk, Goth. gawa[ u]rki, Gr. e rgon, [digamma]e rgon, work, re zein to do, o rganon an instrument,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Work — may refer to: Human labor: Employment House work Labor (economics), measure of the work done by human beings Manual labor, physical work done by people Wage labor, in which a worker sells their labor and an employer buys it Work (project… …   Wikipedia

  • work — n 1 Work, labor, travail, toil, drudgery, grind are comparable when they mean effort or exertion directed to the accomplishment of an end, or an employment or activity which involves such expenditure of effort or exertion. Work is the most… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Work — (w[^u]rk), v. t. 1. To labor or operate upon; to give exertion and effort to; to prepare for use, or to utilize, by labor. [1913 Webster] He could have told them of two or three gold mines, and a silver mine, and given the reason why they forbare …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • work — ► NOUN 1) activity involving mental or physical effort done in order to achieve a result. 2) such activity as a means of earning income. 3) a task or tasks to be undertaken. 4) a thing or things done or made; the result of an action. 5) (works)… …   English terms dictionary

  • Work — (w[^u]rk), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Worked} (w[^u]rkt), or {Wrought} (r[add]t); p. pr. & vb. n. {Working}.] [AS. wyrcean (imp. worthe, wrohte, p. p. geworht, gewroht); akin to OFries. werka, wirka, OS. wirkian, D. werken, G. wirken, Icel. verka,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • work — [n1] labor, chore assignment, attempt, commission, daily grind*, drudge, drudgery, effort, elbow grease*, endeavor, exertion, functioning, grind, grindstone*, industry, job, moil, muscle, obligation, pains*, performance, production, push, salt… …   New thesaurus

  • Work — Título Charlot, empapelador o Carlitos empapelador o Charlot trabaja Ficha técnica Dirección Charles Chaplin …   Wikipedia Español

  • Work It — «Work It» Sencillo de Nelly y Justin Timberlake del álbum Nellyville Formato Disco compacto Género(s) Rap Duración 4:22 …   Wikipedia Español

  • work it — informal phrase to arrange for something to happen I’ll try and work it so we can leave early today. Thesaurus: to make plans or arrangementssynonym Main entry: work * * * ˈwork it/things …   Useful english dictionary

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