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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Work \Work\ (w[^u]rk), n. [OE. work, werk, weorc, AS. weorc,
     worc; akin to OFries. werk, wirk, OS., D., & G. werk, OHG.
     werc, werah, Icel. & Sw. verk, Dan. v[ae]rk, Goth.
     gawa['u]rki, Gr. 'e`rgon, [digamma]e`rgon, work, "re`zein to
     do, 'o`rganon an instrument, 'o`rgia secret rites, Zend verez
     to work. [root]145. Cf. Bulwark, Energy, Erg,
     Georgic, Liturgy, Metallurgy, Organ, Orgy,
     Surgeon, Wright.]
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     1. Exertion of strength or faculties; physical or
        intellectual effort directed to an end; industrial
        activity; toil; employment; sometimes, specifically,
        physical labor.
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              Man hath his daily work of body or mind
              Appointed.                            --Milton.
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     2. The matter on which one is at work; that upon which one
        spends labor; material for working upon; subject of
        exertion; the thing occupying one; business; duty; as, to
        take up one's work; to drop one's work.
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              Come on, Nerissa; I have work in hand
              That you yet know not of.             --Shak.
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              In every work that he began . . . he did it with all
              his heart, and prospered.             --2 Chron.
                                                    xxxi. 21.
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     3. That which is produced as the result of labor; anything
        accomplished by exertion or toil; product; performance;
        fabric; manufacture; in a more general sense, act, deed,
        service, effect, result, achievement, feat.
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              To leave no rubs or blotches in the work. --Shak.
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              The work some praise,
              And some the architect.               --Milton.
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              Fancy . . .
              Wild work produces oft, and most in dreams.
                                                    --Milton.
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              The composition or dissolution of mixed bodies . . .
              is the chief work of elements.        --Sir K.
                                                    Digby.
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     4. Specifically:
        (a) That which is produced by mental labor; a composition;
            a book; as, a work, or the works, of Addison.
        (b) Flowers, figures, or the like, wrought with the
            needle; embroidery.
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                  I am glad I have found this napkin; . . .
                  I'll have the work ta'en out,
                  And give 't Iago.                 --Shak.
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        (c) pl. Structures in civil, military, or naval
            engineering, as docks, bridges, embankments, trenches,
            fortifications, and the like; also, the structures and
            grounds of a manufacturing establishment; as, iron
            works; locomotive works; gas works.
        (d) pl. The moving parts of a mechanism; as, the works of
            a watch.
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     5. Manner of working; management; treatment; as, unskillful
        work spoiled the effect. --Bp. Stillingfleet.
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     6. (Mech.) The causing of motion against a resisting force.
        The amount of work is proportioned to, and is measured by,
        the product of the force into the amount of motion along
        the direction of the force. See Conservation of energy,
        under Conservation, Unit of work, under Unit, also
        Foot pound, Horse power, Poundal, and Erg.
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              Energy is the capacity of doing work . . . Work is
              the transference of energy from one system to
              another.                              --Clerk
                                                    Maxwell.
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     7. (Mining) Ore before it is dressed. --Raymond.
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     8. pl. (Script.) Performance of moral duties; righteous
        conduct.
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              He shall reward every man according to his works.
                                                    --Matt. xvi.
                                                    27.
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              Faith, if it hath not works, is dead. --James ii.
                                                    17.
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     9. (Cricket) Break; twist. [Cant]
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     10. (Mech.) The causing of motion against a resisting force,
         measured by the product of the force into the component
         of the motion resolved along the direction of the force.
  
               Energy is the capacity of doing work. . . . Work is
               the transference of energy from one system to
               another.                             --Clerk
                                                    Maxwell.
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     11. (Mining) Ore before it is dressed.
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     Muscular work (Physiol.), the work done by a muscle through
        the power of contraction.
  
     To go to work, to begin laboring; to commence operations;
        to contrive; to manage. "I 'll go another way to work with
        him." --Shak.
  
     To set on work, to cause to begin laboring; to set to work.
        [Obs.] --Hooker.
  
     To set to work, to employ; to cause to engage in any
        business or labor.
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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Work \Work\ (w[^u]rk), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Worked (w[^u]rkt),
     or Wrought (r[add]t); p. pr. & vb. n. Working.] [AS.
     wyrcean (imp. worthe, wrohte, p. p. geworht, gewroht); akin
     to OFries. werka, wirka, OS. wirkian, D. werken, G. wirken,
     Icel. verka, yrkja, orka, Goth. wa['u]rkjan. [root]145. See
     Work, n.]
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     1. To exert one's self for a purpose; to put forth effort for
        the attainment of an object; to labor; to be engaged in
        the performance of a task, a duty, or the like.
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              O thou good Kent, how shall I live and work,
              To match thy goodness?                --Shak.
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              Go therefore now, and work; for there shall no straw
              be given you.                         --Ex. v. 18.
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              Whether we work or play, or sleep or wake,
              Our life doth pass.                   --Sir J.
                                                    Davies.
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     2. Hence, in a general sense, to operate; to act; to perform;
        as, a machine works well.
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              We bend to that the working of the heart. --Shak.
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     3. Hence, figuratively, to be effective; to have effect or
        influence; to conduce.
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              We know that all things work together for good to
              them that love God.                   --Rom. viii.
                                                    28.
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              This so wrought upon the child, that afterwards he
              desired to be taught.                 --Locke.
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              She marveled how she could ever have been wrought
              upon to marry him.                    --Hawthorne.
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     4. To carry on business; to be engaged or employed
        customarily; to perform the part of a laborer; to labor;
        to toil.
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              They that work in fine flax . . . shall be
              confounded.                           --Isa. xix. 9.
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     5. To be in a state of severe exertion, or as if in such a
        state; to be tossed or agitated; to move heavily; to
        strain; to labor; as, a ship works in a heavy sea.
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              Confused with working sands and rolling waves.
                                                    --Addison.
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     6. To make one's way slowly and with difficulty; to move or
        penetrate laboriously; to proceed with effort; -- with a
        following preposition, as down, out, into, up, through,
        and the like; as, scheme works out by degrees; to work
        into the earth.
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              Till body up to spirit work, in bounds
              Proportioned to each kind.            --Milton.
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     7. To ferment, as a liquid.
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              The working of beer when the barm is put in.
                                                    --Bacon.
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     8. To act or operate on the stomach and bowels, as a
        cathartic.
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              Purges . . . work best, that is, cause the blood so
              to do, . . . in warm weather or in a warm room.
                                                    --Grew.
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     To work at, to be engaged in or upon; to be employed in.
  
     To work to windward (Naut.), to sail or ply against the
        wind; to tack to windward. --Mar. Dict.
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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Work \Work\ (w[^u]rk), v. t.
     1. To labor or operate upon; to give exertion and effort to;
        to prepare for use, or to utilize, by labor.
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              He could have told them of two or three gold mines,
              and a silver mine, and given the reason why they
              forbare to work them at that time.    --Sir W.
                                                    Raleigh.
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     2. To produce or form by labor; to bring forth by exertion or
        toil; to accomplish; to originate; to effect; as, to work
        wood or iron into a form desired, or into a utensil; to
        work cotton or wool into cloth.
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              Each herb he knew, that works or good or ill.
                                                    --Harte.
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     3. To produce by slow degrees, or as if laboriously; to bring
        gradually into any state by action or motion. "Sidelong he
        works his way." --Milton.
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              So the pure, limpid stream, when foul with stains
              Of rushing torrents and descending rains,
              Works itself clear, and as it runs, refines,
              Till by degrees the floating mirror shines.
                                                    --Addison.
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     4. To influence by acting upon; to prevail upon; to manage;
        to lead. "Work your royal father to his ruin." --Philips.
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     5. To form with a needle and thread or yarn; especially, to
        embroider; as, to work muslin.
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     6. To set in motion or action; to direct the action of; to
        keep at work; to govern; to manage; as, to work a machine.
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              Knowledge in building and working ships.
                                                    --Arbuthnot.
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              Now, Marcus, thy virtue's the proof;
              Put forth thy utmost strength, work every nerve.
                                                    --Addison.
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              The mariners all 'gan work the ropes,
              Where they were wont to do.           --Coleridge.
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     7. To cause to ferment, as liquor.
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     To work a passage (Naut.), to pay for a passage by doing
        work.
  
     To work double tides (Naut.), to perform the labor of three
        days in two; -- a phrase which alludes to a practice of
        working by the night tide as well as by the day.
  
     To work in, to insert, introduce, mingle, or interweave by
        labor or skill.
  
     To work into, to force, urge, or insinuate into; as, to
        work one's self into favor or confidence.
  
     To work off, to remove gradually, as by labor, or a gradual
        process; as, beer works off impurities in fermenting.
  
     To work out.
        (a) To effect by labor and exertion. "Work out your own
            salvation with fear and trembling." --Phil. ii. 12.
        (b) To erase; to efface. [R.]
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                  Tears of joy for your returning spilt,
                  Work out and expiate our former guilt. --Dryden.
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        (c) To solve, as a problem.
        (d) To exhaust, as a mine, by working.
  
     To work up.
        (a) To raise; to excite; to stir up; as, to work up the
            passions to rage.
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                  The sun, that rolls his chariot o'er their
                  heads,
                  Works up more fire and color in their cheeks.
                                                    --Addison.
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        (b) To expend in any work, as materials; as, they have
            worked up all the stock.
        (c) (Naut.) To make over or into something else, as yarns
            drawn from old rigging, made into spun yarn, foxes,
            sennit, and the like; also, to keep constantly at work
            upon needless matters, as a crew in order to punish
            them. --R. H. Dana, Jr.
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Din dicționarul WordNet (r) 2.0 :

  work
       n 1: activity directed toward making or doing something; "she
            checked several points needing further work"
       2: a product produced or accomplished through the effort or
          activity or agency of a person or thing; "it is not
          regarded as one of his more memorable works"; "the
          symphony was hailed as an ingenious work"; "he was
          indebted to the pioneering work of John Dewey"; "the work
          of an active imagination"; "erosion is the work of wind or
          water over time" [syn: piece of work]
       3: the occupation for which you are paid; "he is looking for
          employment"; "a lot of people are out of work" [syn: employment]
       4: applying the mind to learning and understanding a subject
          (especially by reading); "mastering a second language
          requires a lot of work"; "no schools offer graduate study
          in interior design" [syn: study]
       5: the total output of a writer or artist (or a substantial
          part of it); "he studied the entire Wagnerian oeuvre";
          "Picasso's work can be divided into periods" [syn: oeuvre,
           body of work]
       6: a place where work is done; "he arrived at work early today"
          [syn: workplace]
       7: (physics) a manifestation of energy; the transfer of energy
          from one physical system to another expressed as the
          product of a force and the distance through which it moves
          a body in the direction of that force; "work equals force
          times distance"
       v 1: exert oneself by doing mental or physical work for a purpose
            or out of necessity; "I will work hard to improve my
            grades"; "she worked hard for better living conditions
            for the poor" [ant: idle]
       2: be employed; "Is your husband working again?"; "My wife
          never worked"; "Do you want to work after the age of 60?";
          "She never did any work because she inherited a lot of
          money"; "She works as a waitress to put herself through
          college" [syn: do work]
       3: have an effect or outcome; often the one desired or
          expected; "The voting process doesn't work as well as
          people thought"; "How does your idea work in practice?";
          "This method doesn't work"; "The breaks of my new car act
          quickly"; "The medicine works only if you take it with a
          lot of water" [syn: act]
       4: perform as expected when applied; "The washing machine won't
          go unless it's plugged in"; "Does this old car still run
          well?"; "This old radio doesn't work anymore" [syn: function,
           operate, go, run] [ant: malfunction]
       5: shape, form, or improve a material; "work stone into tools";
          "process iron"; "work the metal" [syn: work on, process]
       6: give a work-out to; "Some parents exercise their infants";
          "My personal trainer works me hard"; "work one's muscles"
          [syn: exercise, work out]
       7: proceed along a path; "work one's way through the crowd";
          "make one's way into the forest" [syn: make]
       8: operate in a certain place, area, or specialty; "She works
          the night clubs"; "The salesman works the Midwest"; "This
          artist works mostly in acrylics"
       9: proceed towards a goal or along a path or through an
          activity; "work your way through every problem or task";
          "She was working on her second martini when the guests
          arrived"; "Start from the bottom and work towards the top"
       10: move in an agitated manner; "His fingers worked with
           tension"
       11: cause to happen or to occur as a consequence; "I cannot work
           a miracle"; "wreak havoc"; "bring comments"; "play a
           joke"; "The rain brought relief to the drought-stricken
           area" [syn: bring, play, wreak, make for]
       12: cause to work; "he is working his servants hard" [syn: put
           to work]
       13: prepare for crops; "Work the soil"; "cultivate the land"
           [syn: cultivate, crop]
       14: behave in a certain way when handled; "This dough does not
           work easily"; "The soft metal works well"
       15: have and exert influence or effect; "The artist's work
           influenced the young painter"; "She worked on her friends
           to support the political candidate" [syn: influence, act
           upon]
       16: operate in or through; "Work the phones"
       17: cause to operate or function; "This pilot works the
           controls"; "Can you work an electric drill?"
       18: provoke or excite; "The rock musician worked the crowd of
           young girls into a frenzy"
       19: gratify and charm, usually in order to influence; "the
           political candidate worked the crowds"
       20: make something, usually for a specific function; "She molded
           the riceballs carefully"; "Form cylinders from the
           dough"; "shape a figure"; "Work the metal into a sword"
           [syn: shape, form, mold, mould, forge]
       21: move into or onto; "work the raisins into the dough"; "the
           student worked a few jokes into his presentation"; "work
           the body onto the flatbed truck"
       22: make uniform; "knead dough"; "work the clay until it is
           soft" [syn: knead]
       23: use or manipulate to one's advantage; "He exploit the new
           taxation system"; "She knows how to work the system"; "he
           works his parents for sympathy" [syn: exploit]
       24: find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand
           the meaning of; "did you solve the problem?"; "Work out
           your problems with the boss"; "this unpleasant situation
           isn't going to work itself out"; "did you get it?"; "Did
           you get my meaning?"; "He could not work the math
           problem" [syn: solve, work out, figure out, puzzle
           out, lick]
       25: cause to undergo fermentation; "We ferment the grapes for a
           very long time to achieve high alcohol content"; "The
           vintner worked the wine in big oak vats" [syn: ferment]
       26: go sour or spoil; "The milk has soured"; "The wine worked";
           "The cream has turned--we have to throw it out" [syn: sour,
            turn, ferment]
       27: arrive at a certain condition through repeated motion; "The
           stitches of the hem worked loose after she wore the skirt
           many times"
       [also: wrought]

Din dicționarul Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  885 Moby Thesaurus words for "work":
     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, work cu Omnilexica

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