Meaning of 働 in Japanese
Words related to 働
(n) subordinate work; assistant; servant
He worked for a rich man.
(n) heavy labor; heavy labour; hard labor (in prison); hard labour
Bringing up a baby is hard work.
Sentences containing 働
"Want to drop round my place?" "Can I?" "My parents come home late as they both work."
Let's take advantage of the 'exemption' controversy to reconsider the way we work.
"Is that implying that I go get some sugar in me and then work more?" "Er?" "No, sorry. I'm just sulking a bit."
Argument continues about the "White collar exemption" that exempts specific white collar workers from the "8 hours in 1 day, 40 hours a week," working hours fixed by the Labour Standards Act.
"I'd rather get the sack than not join the labour union," said the disgruntled worker.
Japanese management must learn how to deal with American workers, he said.
"I'm not accustomed to working day and night." "You'll soon get used to it."