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Thesaurus entry overview: What does line of work-related mean?

LINE OF WORK (noun) The noun LINE OF WORK has actually 1 sense:

1. the major activity in your life that you perform to earn money

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Familiarity information: LINE OF WORK used as a noun is incredibly rare.




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• LINE OF WORK (noun)

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Meaning:

The primary activity in your life that you execute to earn money

Classified under:

Nouns denoting acts or actions


Synonyms:

business; job; line; line of work; occupation

Context example:

he"s not in my line of business

Hypernyms ("line of work" is a kind of...):

task (any type of certain behavior)

Hyponyms (each of the following is a sort of "line of work"):

confectionery (the occupation and also skills of a confectioner)

sport (the occupation of athletes that compete for pay)

farming; land also (farming thought about as an occupation or way of life)

biz; game (your occupation or line of work)

calling; career; vocation (the certain occupation for which you are trained)

employment; job-related (the occupation for which you are paid)

appointment (the job to which you are (or hope to be) appointed)

berth; billet; office; place; position; post; situation; spot (a task in an organization)

salt mine; treadmill (a task entailing drudgery and confinement)

craft; trade (the experienced exercise of a helpful occupation)

profession (an occupation requiring special education and learning (particularly in the liberal arts or sciences))

medium; metier (an occupation for which you are specifically well suited)

accountancy; accountancy (the occupation of keeping and auditing records and preparing financial reports for a business)

photography (the occupation of taking and printing photographs or making movies)

catering (giving food and services)


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"Give a dog a poor name and hang him." (English proverb)"The hills shake but carry out not fall." (Albanian proverb)"Want the horse to be the best, also want the steed not to eat any type of hay." (Chinese proverb)"By firelight, an old rag looks like sturdy hemp cloth." (Corsihave the right to proverb)


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