Definition of Work:

  1. General: A job, something done to earn money.

  2. (of a plan or method) have the desired result or effect.

  3. Everything needed, desired, or expected.

  4. A place or premises for industrial activity, typically manufacturing.

  5. A defensive structure.

  6. General: A job, something done to earn money.

  7. The exertion of force overcoming resistance or producing molecular change.

  8. The operative part of a clock or other machine.

  9. Contracts: The entire scope of a project encompassing all people, equipment, material, and other goods and services required to fulfill the contractors obligations under a contract.

  10. Bring (a material or mixture) to a desired shape or consistency by hammering, kneading, or some other method.

  11. Intellectual property: An expression of human mind in images, language, movements, numerals, signs, sound, symbols, and/or other media.

  12. Something done or made.

  13. (of a machine or system) operate or function, especially properly or effectively.

  14. A task or tasks to be undertaken; something a person or thing has to do.

  15. Bring into a specified state, especially an emotional state.

  16. Be engaged in physical or mental activity in order to achieve a purpose or result, especially in ones job; do work.

  17. Activity involving mental or physical effort done in order to achieve a purpose or result.

  18. Move or cause to move gradually or with difficulty into another position, typically by means of constant movement or pressure.

Synonyms of Work

Mechanism, Machinery, Workings, Working parts, Parts, Movement, Action, Knead, Squeeze, Form, Shape, Fashion, Mould, Model, Tasks, Jobs, Duties, Assignments, Commissions, Projects, Labour, Toil, Exertion, Effort, Slog, Drudgery, The sweat of ones brow, Succeed, Be successful, Work out, Turn out well, Go as planned, Have the desired result, Get results, Toil, Labour, Exert oneself, Slave, Slave away, Plod away, Manoeuvre, Manipulate, Negotiate, Guide, Edge, Grand Guignol, Nachtmusik, Passion play, Tom show, Abatis, Absolute music, Accomplish, Accomplished fact, Accomplishment, Acetify, Achieve, Achievement, Acidify, Acidulate, Act, Acta, Acting, Action, Activism, Activities, Activity, Adaptation, Admix, Advance, Advanced work, Advantage, Adventure, Affair, Affairs, Affect, Agency, Air varie, Aleatory, Aleatory music, Alkalify, Alkalize, Alloy, Amalgamate, Answer, Antimasque, Arch dam, Arrangement, Art, Art object, Article, Artifact, Assignment, Attain, Attempt, Audience success, Author, Autograph, Avail, Backset, Backstop, Bag, Balistraria, Ballet, Bamboo curtain, Bank, Banquette, Bar, Barbed-wire entanglement, Barbican, Barrage, Barricade, Barrier, Bartizan, Bastion, Battlement, Be busy, Be effective, Be employed, Be equal to, Be in action, Be productive, Be responsible for, Be right, Bear, Bear-trap dam, Beaver dam, Befit, Befitting, Beget, Behave, Behavior, Bemingle, Bend, Benefit, Best seller, Bias, Blend, Block out, Blow, Blubber, Boil, Boil over, Bomb, Book, Boom, Borate, Bottom, Bound book, Brainchild, Breakwater, Breastwork, Breed, Bric-a-brac, Brick wall, Bring about, Bring forth, Bring into being, Bring to effect, Bring to fruition, Bring to pass, Broadcast drama, Bubble, Bubble over, Bubble up, Buffer, Bulkhead, Bulwark, Burble, Burden, Burlesque show, Business, Busy, Busywork, Calling, Carbonate, Career, Career building, Careerism, Carry on, Carry on business, Carry out, Carry through, Carve, Casemate, Cast, Catalyze, Cause, Chamber music, Chamber orchestra, Char, Charade, Chare, Charge, Chemical, Cheval-de-frise, Child, Chisel, Chlorinate, Chore, Circumvallation, Classic, Clear up, Cliff hanger, Closet drama, Coalesce, Cofferdam, Coinage, Color, Coloring book, Combine, Comedy drama, Commerce, Commingle, Commission, Commitment, Commix, Compass, Compose, Composition, Compound, Computer printout, Conceive, Concern, Concernment, Concoct, Concoction, Conduct, Conglomerate, Consummate, Contract, Contravallation, Copy, Counterscarp, Coup, Crack, Craft, Create, Creation, Creature, Critical success, Crowning achievement, Cultivate, Culture, Curtain, Cut, Dam, Daytime serial, Deal, Deal with, Dealings, Debug, Decipher, Decode, Deed, Defense, Definitive work, Delve, Demibastion, Descant, Design, Dialogue, Dig, Dike, Direct, Direction, Dirty work, Discharge, Disentangle, Dispatch, Dispose, Dispose of, Distillation, Ditch, Divine, Do, Do business, Do chars, Do it, Do the chores, Do the job, Do the trick, Do with, Document, Documentary drama, Doing, Doings, Donkeywork, Dope, Dope out, Draft, Drama, Dramalogue, Dramatic play, Dramatic series, Drawbridge, Dress, Drive, Driving, Drudge, Drudgery, Duodrama, Duologue, Duty, Earthwork, Edited version, Effect, Effectuate, Effervesce, Efform, Effort, Electrolyze, Electronic music, Embankment, Employ, Employment, Emulsify, Enact, Enclosure, End product, End use, Endeavor, Engagement, Engender, Engineer, Engrossment, Entanglement, Enterprise, Epic theater, Errand, Escarp, Escarpment, Essay, Essence, Establish, Etude, Execute, Execution, Exercise, Exert, Exertion, Experimental theater, Explain, Exploit, Extract, Extravaganza, Fag, Failure, Fair copy, Fait accompli, Fallow, Fashion, Father, Fathom, Fatigue, Feat, Fence, Ferment, Fertilize, Fetch, Fiction, Fieldwork, Figure, Figure out, Fill the bill, Final draft, Find out, Find the answer, Find the solution, Finished version, First draft, Fish to fry, Fit, Fix, Fizz, Fizzle, Flimsy, Flop, Folio, Follow a trade, Force, Forge, Form, Formalize, Fortalice, Fortification, Forward, Found, Frame, Fruit, Fulfill, Function, Functioning, Fuse, Game, Gasser, Gate, Generate, Gest, Gestate, Get, Get by, Get right, Give birth to, Give occasion to, Give origin to, Give rise to, Giveaway, Glacis, Go, Go around, Gravity dam, Great work, Grind, Groin, Grotesque, Guess, Guess right, Guggle, Gurgle, Hack it, Hand, Handicraft, Handiwork, Handle, Handling, Handwork, Happening, Hardback, Harmonization, Harrow, Hash, Have a job, Have effect, Have free play, Have it, Have play, Hew, Hiss, Hit, Hit it, Hit show, Hoe, Hold, Holograph, Homework, Homogenize, Homopolymerize, Hydrate, Hydraulic-fill dam, Hydrogenate, Hydroxylate, Immediate purpose, Immingle, Immix, Improvisational drama, Inaugurate, Incidental music, Incline, Induce, Industrialize, Industry, Influence, Institute, Instrumental music, Integrate, Interblend, Interest, Interlace, Interlard, Intermingle, Intermix, Interpret, Intertwine, Interweave, Invention, Iron curtain, Isomerize, Issue, Jam, Jetty, Job, Job of work, Jumble, Just do, Juvenile, Juvenile book, Keep busy, Keep up, Kitsch, Knead, Knock off, Knock out, Labor, Lay out, Lead, Leaping weir, Legitimate drama, Letter, Levee, Lick, Lick into shape, Lick of work, Lifework, Limp-cover book, Line, Line of business, Line of work, List, Literae scriptae, Literary artefact, Literary production, Literature, Logjam, Lookout, Loophole, Lucubration, Lunette, Machicolation, Magnum opus, Make, Make go, Make out, Make the grade, Make use of, Make-work, Manage, Management, Maneuver, Manipulate, Manipulation, Mantelet, Manual labor, Manufactory, Manufacture, Manuscript, Masque, Mass-produce, Master, Masterpiece, Masterwork, Matter, Matters in hand, Measure, Meet, Meet requirements, Melodrama, Merge, Merlon, Metier, Militate, Mill, Milldam, Mingle, Mingle-mangle, Minstrel show, Mint, Mintage, Miracle, Miracle play, Mission, Mix, Mix up, Moat, Mobile, Moil, Mold, Mole, Monodrama, Monologue, Moonlight, Morality, Morality play, Mound, Move, Movements, Mulch, Museum piece, Music drama, Musical revue, Mystery, Mystery play, New mintage, Nitrate, Nocturne, Nonbook, Nonfiction, Not come amiss, Notebook, Novel, Nude, Number, Obligation, Occasion, Occupation, Odd job, Office, Offspring, Old master, Open the lock, Opera, Operancy, Operate, Operation, Operational purpose, Operations, Oppress, Opus, Opuscule, Opusculum, Orchestration, Original, Originate, Origination, Outcome, Outgrowth, Outwork, Overdrive, Overproduce, Overt act, Overtask, Overtax, Overwork, Oxidize, Pageant, Pains, Palisade, Panel show, Pantomime, Paper, Paperback, Parados, Parapet, Parchment, Pass, Pass muster, Passage, Pasticcio, Pastiche, Pastoral, Pastoral drama, Penscript, Pepsinate, Percolate, Perform, Perform on, Performance, Performing, Perk, Peroxidize, Persuade, Phosphatize, Picture book, Piece, Piece of virtu, Piece of work, Piece of writing, Pilot, Plan, Plant, Play, Playbook, Playlet, Plop, Plow, Plugging, Plumb, Ply, Pocket book, Poem, Polish off, Polymerize, Portcullis, Postern gate, Practice, Practice a profession, Praxis, Prayer book, Predispose, Printed matter, Printout, Problem play, Proceed, Proceeding, Produce, Product, Production, Profession, Profit, Program, Program music, Project, Promote, Prompt, Proposition, Prune, Psalmbook, Psalter, Psych, Psych out, Psychodrama, Publication, Purpose, Pursuit, Put away, Puzzle out, Qualify, Quiz show, Racket, Radio drama, Rake, Rampart, Rat race, Ravel, Ravel out, Ravelin, Reach, React, Reading matter, Realize, Recension, Redan, Redoubt, Reduce, Res gestae, Resolve, Responsibility, Result, Review, Revue, Ricercar, Riddle, Roadblock, Rock-fill dam, Role, Rough out, Roughcast, Roughhew, Run, Running, Sally port, Satisfy, Scarp, Sconce, Score, Scramble, Screed, Scrip, Script, Scrive, Scroll, Sculpt, Sculpture, Scut work, Seawall, Second draft, See to, Seethe, Sensational play, Serial, Serve, Serve the purpose, Service, Set, Set afloat, Set on foot, Set up, Set up shop, Shape, Show, Shuffle, Shutter dam, Simmer, Sire, Sitcom, Situation comedy, Sketch, Sketchbook, Skit, Slavery, Slogging, Soap, Soap opera, Soft-cover, Soften up, Solve, Sonata, Sonatina, Songbook, Sort out, Spade, Spadework, Sparkle, Specialization, Specialty, Spectacle, Stabile, Stage play, Stage show, Stamp, Stand, Stand up, Standard work, Statue, Stay employed, Steer, Steering, Step, Still life, Stint, Stir up, Stockade, Stone wall, Storybook, Straight drama, Strain, Stretch, String orchestra, String quartet, Strive, Striving, Stroke, Stroke of work, Study, Stunt, Suffice, Suit the occasion, Sulfate, Sulfatize, Sulfonate, Suspense drama, Sway, Sweat, Swing, Syncretize, Tableau, Tableau vivant, Tailor, Take, Take care of, Take effect, Take it, Talk show, Task, Tax, Teleplay, Television drama, Television play, Tenaille, Tend, The written word, Theater of cruelty, Theme and variations, Thermoform, Thin, Thin out, Thing, Thing done, Things to do, Throw together, Tick, Till, Till the soil, Tinge, Tiresome work, Title, Toil, Tome, Tone, Toss together, Total theater, Tour de force, Trade, Trade book, Transact business, Transaction, Transcript, Transcription, Travail, Treadmill, Trio, Trouble, Tug, Turn, Turn a hand, Turn the trick, Typescript, Ultimate purpose, Undertaking, Undo, Unlock, Unravel, Unriddle, Unscramble, Untangle, Untwist, Unweave, Use, Utilize, Vallation, Vallum, Variation, Variety show, Vaudeville, Vaudeville show, Vehicle, Venture, Version, Virtu, Vocation, Volume, Volume-produce, Walk, Walk of life, Wall, Wear down, Weed, Weed out, Weigh with, Weir, Wicket dam, Wield, Word-of-mouth success, Work at, Work for, Work of art, Work out, Working, Workings, Works, Writing, Everything, The full treatment, Factory, Plant, Manufacturing complex, Mill, Foundry, Yard, Industrial unit, Business unit, Stir, Stir up, Excite, Drive, Move, Spur, Rouse, Fire, Galvanize, Function, Go, Run, Operate, Perform, Handiwork, Doing, Act, Deed, Feat, Performance

How to use Work in a sentence?

  1. He was tired after a days work in the fields.
  2. The owner does not want employees to hate coming to work every day, so she has increased benefits and gave everyone better equipment.
  3. His cell phone doesnt work unless he goes to a high point.
  4. The desperate ploy had worked.
  5. Comb from tip to root, working out the knots at the end.
  6. An engineer who had been working on a design for a more efficient wing.
  7. Work the mixture into a paste with your hands.
  8. They made sure the work was progressing smoothly.
  9. Today Bobs alarm clock was late going off which meant that he accidentally slept in and was late for work .
  10. He found a job in the ironworks.
  11. She could almost hear the tick of its works.
  12. People who work as hard as Molly should be fairly compensated; last year Molly earned a 40% bonus at her job.
  13. Harold had worked himself into a minor rage.
  14. The walkers muscles must do this amount of work, to replace the lost kinetic energy, in every step.
  15. Her work hangs in all the main American collections.
  16. This is manifested in the elaborate defensive works of banks and ditches erected to fortify dominating hilltops.

Meaning of Work & Work Definition