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Dictionary French English: labour

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NOUN   le labour | les labours
NOUN   labour | -
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VERB  to labour | laboured | laboured ... 
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SYNO   British Labour Party | Labor | Labour ... 
auto tech. peiner [moteur, voiture]to labour [Br.]
trimerto labour [Br.]
Nouns
agr. équi. cheval {m} de labourcarthorse
travail {m}labour [Br.]
occup. main-d'œuvre {f}labour [Br.] [workers]
travailleurs {m.pl}labour {sg} [Br.] [workers]
agr. labour {m}ploughing [Br.]
2 Words: Verbs
méd. provoquer l'accouchementto induce labour
méd. déclencher l'accouchementto induce labour [Br.]
pâtir de qc.to labour under sth. [Br.] [suffer]
succomber sous qc. [malentendu, illusion, etc.]to labour under sth. [misapprehension, illusion, etc.]
occup. économiser la main-d'œuvreto save labour [Br.]
2 Words: Nouns
hist. corvée {f}compulsory labour [Br.]
occup. travail {m} forcécompulsory labour [Br.]
dr. travaux {m.pl} forcéscompulsory labour [Br.] {sg}
occup. travail {m} forcéforced labour [Br.]
dr. travaux {m.pl} forcésforced labour [Br.] {sg}
dr. travaux {m.pl} forcéshard labour [Br.] [dated]
écon. coût {m} de (la) main d'œuvrelabour costs {pl} [Br.]
Fête {f} du TravailLabour Day [Aus.]
Fête {f} du TravailLabour Day [Br.]
Fête {f} du TravailLabour Day [Can.]
écon. occup. sociol. ouvriers {m.pl}labour force [Br.]
écon. occup. sociol. travailleurs {m.pl}labour force [Br.]
écon. population {f} activelabour force [Br.]
adm. occup. inspection {f} du travail [contrôle]labour inspection [Br.]
adm. occup. inspecteur {m} du travaillabour inspector [Br.]
adm. occup. inspectrice {f} du travaillabour inspector [Br.] [female]
adm. occup. inspection {f} du travail [ensemble d'inspecteurs]labour inspectorate [Br.]
dr. occup. droit {m} sociallabour law [Br.]
écon. marché {m} du travaillabour market [Br.]
occup. pol. mouvement {m} ouvrierlabour movement [Br.]
occup. pol. mouvement {m} travaillistelabour movement [Br.]
méd. douleurs {f.pl} de l'accouchementlabour pains [Br.]
pol. Parti {m} travaillisteLabour Party
écon. ind. occup. relations {f.pl} industrielleslabour relations [Br.]
méd. salle {f} d'accouchementlabour ward [Br.]
occup. travail {m} salariépaid labour [Br.]
occup. main-d'œuvre {f} spécialiséequalified labour [Br.]
occup. ouvrier {m} qualifiéskilled labour [Br.]
occup. ouvrière {f} qualifiéeskilled labour [female] [Br.]
3 Words: Verbs
méd. accoucherto be in labour [Br.]
méd. avoir des contractionsto be in labour [Br.]
être en travailto be in labour [Br.]
être en train d'accoucherto be in labour [Br.]
entrer en travailto go into labour [Br.]
méd. avoir les premières douleursto go into labour [Br.]
occup. impliquer un travail durto involve heavy labour [Br.]
insister lourdementto labour the point [Br.]
3 Words: Nouns
occup. précarisation {f} de l'emploicasualisation of labour [Br.]
occup. précarisation {f} de l'emploicasualization of labour [Br.]
occup. horaires {m.pl} de travailhours of labour [Br.]
pol. Organisation {f} internationale du travail <OIT>International Labour Organization <ILO> [Br.]
écon. occup. crise {f} de main-d'œuvreshortage of labour [Br.]
4 Words: Nouns
occup. main-d'œuvre {f} abondanteabundant supply of labour [Br.]
écon. occup. pénurie {f} des compétencesshortage of skilled labour [Br.]
écon. occup. manque {m} de personnel qualifiéshortage of skilled labour [Br.]
écon. occup. pénurie {f} de main-d'œuvre qualifiéeshortage of skilled labour [Br.]
5+ Words: Others
littérat. sociol. De la division du travail social [Émile Durkheim (1893)]The Division of Labour in Society
5+ Words: Verbs
se faire l'illusion que ...to labour under the illusion that ...
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F Peines d'amour perduesLove's Labour's Lost [Kenneth Branagh (2000)]
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