worker

worker
['wəːkə]
n
рабочий, трудящийся, работник, сотрудник

At 1 p. m office workers have their lunch. — В час дня у служащих перерыв на обед.

A bad worker always blames his tools. — У плохого пильщика всегда пила виновата. /Плохому танцору ноги мешают

- a skilled worker
- blue-collar worker
- white-collar worker
- social worker
- an efficient worker
- a factory worker
- metal worker
- full-time worker
- part-time worker
- office worker
- idle worker
- an unemployed worker
- dismiss a worker
- hire a worker
- take on a worker
- make a worker redundant
- retrain workers

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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