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Detailed Translations for labor from English to German


to labor verb, American (labors, labored, laboring)

  1. to labor (work; do; labour)
    arbeiten; verrichten; tun
    • arbeiten verb (arbeite, arbeitest, arbeitet, arbeitete, arbeitetet, gearbeitet)
    • verrichten verb (verrichte, verrichtest, verrichtet, verrichtete, verrichtetet, verrichtet)
    • tun verb (tue, tuest, tut, tat, tatet, getan)

Conjugations for labor:

  1. labor
  2. labor
  3. labors
  4. labor
  5. labor
  6. labor
simple past
  1. labored
  2. labored
  3. labored
  4. labored
  5. labored
  6. labored
present perfect
  1. have labored
  2. have labored
  3. has labored
  4. have labored
  5. have labored
  6. have labored
past continuous
  1. was laboring
  2. were laboring
  3. was laboring
  4. were laboring
  5. were laboring
  6. were laboring
  1. shall labor
  2. will labor
  3. will labor
  4. shall labor
  5. will labor
  6. will labor
continuous present
  1. am laboring
  2. are laboring
  3. is laboring
  4. are laboring
  5. are laboring
  6. are laboring
  1. be labored
  2. be labored
  3. be labored
  4. be labored
  5. be labored
  6. be labored
  1. labor!
  2. let's labor!
  3. labored
  4. laboring
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

labor [the ~] noun, American

  1. the labor (chore; labour; task; )
    die Arbeit; die Beschäftigung; die Tätigkeit

Translation Matrix for labor:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
Arbeit chore; duties; labor; labour; task; work; working; workpiece action; activity; barms; bustle; chore; diligence; employment; feat of strength; fermentation; hobby; industry; job; labour of Hercules; lecture; occupation; paper; pastime; profession; project; task; wagework; work; yeasts; zeal
Beschäftigung chore; duties; labor; labour; task; work; working; workpiece action; activity; appointment; bedlam; bustle; chore; clamor; clamour; commission; commotion; diligence; din; employment; feat of strength; hobby; hubbub; hullabaloo; industry; job; labour of Hercules; noise; nomination; occupation; pandemonium; pastime; pursuit; racket; relief work; task; tumult; tumultuousness; unemployment relief works; uproar; wagework; work; zeal
Tätigkeit chore; duties; labor; labour; task; work; working; workpiece action; activity; bustle; capacity for work; chore; consequence; diligence; effect; energy; feat of strength; functioning; hobby; industry; job; labour of Hercules; pastime; productivity; task; work; work force; working; zeal
- childbed; confinement; labor movement; labour; lying-in; parturiency; project; proletariat; task; toil; trade union movement; travail; undertaking; working class
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
arbeiten do; labor; labour; work operate; proceed; work
tun do; labor; labour; work accomplish; act; agitate; apply; conceptualise; conceptualize; construct; create; deal; deal with; design; do; employ; function; invent; make; make use of; manufacture; operate; prepare; proceed; use; utilise; utilize; work
verrichten do; labor; labour; work accomplish; achieve; achieve something; act; apply; do; employ; function; make use of; perform; succeed; use; utilise; utilize
- dig; drive; drudge; fag; grind; labour; moil; push; toil; travail; tug
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- labour; occupation

Related Words for "labor":

  • laboring

Synonyms for "labor":

Related Definitions for "labor":

  1. productive work (especially physical work done for wages)1
    • his labor did not require a great deal of skill1
  2. any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted1
  3. a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages1
    • there is a shortage of skilled labor in this field1
  4. an organized attempt by workers to improve their status by united action (particularly via labor unions) or the leaders of this movement1
  5. concluding state of pregnancy; from the onset of contractions to the birth of a child1
    • she was in labor for six hours1
  6. undergo the efforts of childbirth1
  7. strive and make an effort to reach a goal1
  8. work hard1

Wiktionary Translations for labor:

  1. intransitiv; besonders mittelwestdeutsch, salopp: körperlich hart, schwer arbeiten
  1. österr.|: (körperlich) schwere Arbeit
  2. selbstgewählte, bewusste, schöpferische Handlung

Related Translations for labor