Holding a brickover your head is hardwork. It takesa lot of work to write a dictionary.
We know what we must do. Let's go towork.
There's lots of workwaiting for me at the office.
Work is doneagainstfriction to drag a bagalong the ground.
Turbines have been around for a long time—windmills and water wheels are earlyexamples. The namecomes from the Latinturbo, meaning "vortex", and thus the definingproperty of a turbine is that a fluid or gasturns the blades of a rotor, which is attached to a shaft that can performusefulwork.
I work in a national park;  she works in the human resourcesdepartment;  he mostlyworks in logging, but sometimesworks in carpentry
This time was mostdreadful for Lilian. Thrown on her ownresources and almost penniless, she maintainedherself and paid the rent of a wretchedroomnear the hospital by working as a charwoman, sempstress, anything.
she works for Microsoft;  he works for the president
I workclosely with my Canadiancounterparts;  you work with computers;  she works with the homelesspeople from the suburbs
The dirtysecret of the internet is that all this distraction and interruption is immenselyprofitable. Webcompanieslike toboastabout [ …] and so on. But the realway to build a successfulonlinebusiness is to be better than your rivals at undermining people's control of their ownattention. Partly, this is a result of how onlineadvertising has traditionallyworked: advertiserspay forclicks, and a click is a click, however it's obtained.
this dough does not workeasily;  the softmetalworkswell
VT (with two objects, poetic) To cause (someone) to feel (something).
Sosad it seemed, and its cheek-bonesgleamed, and its fingersflicked the shore; / And it lapped and lay in a wearyway, and its handsmet to implore; / That I gentlysaid: “Poor, restlessdead, I would neverwork you woe; / Though the wrong you rue you can ne’er undo, I forgave you long ago.”