Labour Law

Labour Law,

What is The Definition of Labour Law?

  1. This is also known as employment law. Laws that define workers' legal rights and responsibilities in the workplace.

Literal Meanings of Labour Law

Labour:

Meanings of Labour:
  1. Try hard

  2. Difficulty doing anything despite working hard.

  3. Giving birth (working woman)

  4. Work, especially physical work.

  5. Labor Party

  6. The process of birth from the onset of uterine contractions to delivery.

  7. A group of mullahs

Sentences of Labour
  1. They work from morning till night

  2. United faced an unrivaled opponent

  3. The cost of repairs includes labor, spare parts and VAT

  4. Labor leader

  5. A woman at work

  6. Sesame works with the earth

Synonyms of Labour

work, work one's fingers to the bone, undertaking, do one's utmost, do all one can, push, put oneself out, make every effort, plod away, fight, childbirth, commission, exert oneself, chore, apply oneself, birthing, be at pains, keep one's nose to the grindstone, strive, try hard, overwork, sweat away, toil, work like a slave, do one's best

Law:

Meanings of Law:
  1. A system of rules that recognizes a particular country or community as an act of its members and can be enforced through sanctions

  2. Rules that describe the right behavior or conduct in a game.

  3. An observational fact states that when certain conditions are satisfied, some natural or scientific phenomena are found.

  4. The order of God's commandments is expressed in the Bible or other religious texts.

  5. A mound, usually round or conical.

Sentences of Law
  1. Law breaking case

  2. Sports Law

  3. The Second Amendment Law

  4. Morally, Simon was probably a covenant writer, an enemy of Old Testament law.

  5. Today I walked in Northbrook Law

Synonyms of Law

system of laws, tenet, legal code, belief, direction, ethic, practice, code, charter, elevation, standard, rule, injunction, pike, certitude, constitution, formula, tump, knoll, high ground, rising ground, criterion, regulation, legislation, maxim, commandment, mount