work[英 [wɜ:k] 美 [wɜ:rk] ]
过去式：worked; 过去分词：worked; 现在分词：working; 复数形式：works;work 基本解释
及物/不及物动词使工作; 使运作; 操作; 使产生效果
名词工作，操作; 著作; 工厂; 行为，事业
及物动词使工作; 操作; 经营; 使缓慢前进
1. work over : 彻底检查, 重做；
2. work it : 完成, 做好；
3. out of work : 失业；
4. work in with : 与...相配合；
5. work to rule : 怠工；
6. work away : 不停地连续工作；
7. work off : 消除, 完成, 印出；
8. in work : 有工作, 在完成之中；
9. work at : 解(题)；
10. work in : (使)渐渐进入, 插进；
11. work up : 逐步建立, 逐步引起, 整理, 逐步发展；
12. make sad work of it : 做坏；
13. at work : 在工作, 在运转；
14. work on : 继续工作, 设法说服, 影响；work 相关例句
1. He worked the farm with great success.
1. Yeast makes beer work.
2. The root worked down between the stones.
1. The villagers sell their work to tourists.
2. This bamboo basket is my own work.
B：What do you do?
A：I work full-time at the (hospital/ library/ supemp3arket).
A：The project was so (difficult/ time-consuming/ tedious).
B：You shouldn’t work so hard.
A：Go (get some work done/ finish you work/ do some work).
1. I will comtinue to work hard.
2. For better development in the future, Mr.＊＊＊ decided to go to Britainfor further study. Our company needs high-qualified manager, so we totallyagree with his study plan and sincerely hope that Mr.＊＊＊ can come backto our company for further work after finishing his study.
3. Some peo- 6546456呵5468呵79879不785★要★★复4564制556哦464pie believe that students value their education more if they work for it.
4. Besides the choices I already mentioned, people will sometimes get rid of their problem by using anticholinergics, which work by blocking neural transmitters.
5. They all appeared to be lost in the humdrum and routine of their work.
6. Few people complain about humdrum of their work, but they feel more fastidious without work.
7. From now on, I will learn to strike a balance10 between work and life.
8. How can we strike the perfect balance between work and life?
9. The workers out of work are on strike.
10. Strike a balance between work and pleasure.
11. He had come over from France to work during the strike.
12. According to the new subject idea and its special circumstances, the article which combines the new evaluation idea of senior history with the teaching method in the western mountains area in Shijiazhuang, puts forward a new idea about the school work evaluation devolepment of senior history, and offers a refrence for the teachers who are working in the local areas and those who are working in the less developed areas.
13. You must endeavour to improve your work.
14. We must always endeavour to improve our work.
15. I'll do my endeavour to overcome them in the future work and life.
16. Not only revamped the design of a method for calculating the valve, reducing the professional and technical personnel of the repeatability of conventional heavy design work, so that technical staff are more used to improve energy, improve product performance and new product development and shorten the research and development of new products cycle, improve labor productivity, but also in metal sealing ball valve lift leveraged research and development process, as a result of CAD/CAM applications, 钢管, have emerged from computer-aided design, CNC machine tools by computer-aided manufacturing of spiral flat stem, Metal sealed ball valve so that the process in the headstock without any scratches and wear, so that the ball valve seal and greatly improved life.
17. In the days to come, we would like to work with you to create a brilliant tomorrow!
18. In the days to come, is willing to work with new and old customers create a better future.
19. Wrong time to work, flexible working system and on-line office is the Beijing Municipal Government during the Beijing Olympics in order to ease the traffic pressure and the implementation of the three new initiatives.
20. All institutions and enterprises will be encouraged to work based on a more flexible schedule, and even via remote online connection.
People who work have a job, usually one which they are paid to do.
e.g. Weiner works for the US Department of Transport...
e.g. I started working in a recording studio...
People who have work or who are in work have a job, usually one which they are paid to do.
e.g. Fewer and fewer people are in work...
e.g. I was out of work at the time...
When you work, you do the things that you are paid or required to do in your job.
e.g. I can't talk to you right now—I'm working...
e.g. He was working at his desk...
他正在桌前用功。The verb work has a different meaning in the continuous tenses than it does in the simple tenses. You use the continuous tenses, with the '-ing' form, to talk about a temporary job, but the simple tenses to talk about a permanent job. For example, if you say 'I'm working in London', this suggests that the situation is temporary and you may soon move to a different place. If you say 'I work in London', this suggests that London is your permanent place of work.
动词 work 用于进行时和一般时时意义不同。用于进行时表示工作是临时性的，例如，I'm working in London (我目前在伦敦工作)暗示这种情形是暂时的，可能很快就会迁移到另一个地方。用于一般时则表示工作是固定的，例如，I work in London (我在伦敦工作)，暗示伦敦是固定的工作地点。
Your work consists of the things you are paid or required to do in your job.
e.g. We're supposed to be running a business here. I've got work to do...
e.g. I used to take work home, but I don't do it any more...
When you work, you spend time and effort doing a task that needs to be done or trying to achieve something.
e.g. Linda spends all her time working on the garden...
e.g. While I was working on my letter the telephone rang...
Work is the place where you do your job.
e.g. Many people travel to work by car...
e.g. She told her friends at work that she was trying to lose weight.
Work is something which you produce as a result of an activity or as a result of doing your job.
e.g. It can help to have an impartial third party look over your work...
e.g. Tidiness in the workshop is really essential for producing good work...
A work is something such as a painting, book, or piece of music produced by an artist, writer, or composer.
e.g. In my opinion, this is Rembrandt's greatest work...
e.g. Under his arm, there was a book which looked like the complete works of Shakespeare...
If someone is working on a particular subject or question, they are studying or researching it.
e.g. Professor Bonnet has been working for many years on molecules of this type.
If you work with a person or a group of people, you spend time and effort trying to help them in some way.
e.g. She spent a period of time working with people dying of cancer...
e.g. He knew then that he wanted to work among the poor.
If a machine or piece of equipment works, it operates and performs a particular function.
e.g. The pump doesn't work and we have no running water...
e.g. Is the telephone working today?...
If an idea, system, or way of doing something works, it is successful, effective, or satisfactory.
e.g. 95 per cent of these diets do not work...
e.g. If lust is all there is to hold you together, the relationship will never work...
If a drug or medicine works, it produces a particular physical effect.
e.g. I wake at 6 am as the sleeping pill doesn't work for more than nine hours...
e.g. The drug works by increasing levels of serotonin in the brain.
If something works in your favour, it helps you in some way. If something works to your disadvantage, it causes problems for you in some way.
e.g. One factor thought to have worked in his favour is his working class image...
e.g. This obviously works against the interests of the child.
If something or someone works their magic or works their charms on a person, they have a powerful positive effect on them.
e.g. Nevertheless, she is always optimistic about the possibilities and can work her charm on the disenchanted...
e.g. Our spirits rallied as the bitter-sweet alcohol worked its magic.
If your mind or brain is working, you are thinking about something or trying to solve a problem.
e.g. My mind was working frantically, running over the events of the evening.
If you work on an assumption or idea, you act as if it were true or base other ideas on it, until you have more information.
e.g. We are working on the assumption that it was a gas explosion.
If you work a particular area or type of place, you travel around that area or work in those places as part of your job, for example trying to sell something there.
e.g. Brand has been working the clubs and the pubs since 1986, developing her comedy act...
e.g. This is the seventh year that he has worked the streets of Manhattan.
If you work someone, you make them spend time and effort doing a particular activity or job.
e.g. They're working me too hard. I'm too old for this...
e.g. They didn't take my father away, but kept him in the village and worked him to death.
If someone, often a politician or entertainer, works a crowd, they create a good relationship with the people in the crowd and get their support or interest.
e.g. The Prime Minister has an ability to work a crowd — some might even suggest it is a kind of charm...
e.g. He worked the room like a politician, gripping hands, and slapping backs.
When people work the land, they do all the tasks involved in growing crops.
e.g. Farmers worked the fertile valleys.
When a mine is worked, minerals such as coal or gold are removed from it.
e.g. The mines had first been worked in 1849, when gold was discovered in California...
e.g. Only an agreed number of men was allowed to work any given seam at any given time.
If you work a machine or piece of equipment, you use or control it.
e.g. Many adults still depend on their children to work the video.
If something works into a particular state or condition, it gradually moves so that it is in that state or condition.
e.g. A screw had worked loose from my glasses.
If you work a substance such as dough or clay, you keep pressing it to make it have a particular texture.
e.g. Work the dough with the palm of your hand until it is very smooth...
e.g. Remove rind from the cheese and work it to a firm paste, with a fork.
If you work a material such as metal, leather, or stone, you cut, sew, or shape it in order to make something or to create a design.
e.g. ...the machines needed to extract and work the raw stone.
e.g. ...a long, cool tunnel of worked stone.
If you work with a particular substance or material, you use it in order to make something or to create a design.
e.g. He studied sculpture because he enjoyed working with clay.
If you work a part of your body, or if it works, you move it.
e.g. Each position will work the muscles in a different way...
e.g. Her mouth was working in her sleep.
A works is a place where something is manufactured or where an industrial process is carried out. Works is used to refer to one or to more than one of these places.
e.g. The steel works could be seen for miles.
e.g. ...a recycling works.
Works are activities such as digging the ground or building on a large scale.
e.g. ...six years of disruptive building works, road construction and urban development.
You can say the works after listing things such as someone's possessions or requirements, to emphasize that they possess or require everything you can think of in a particular category.
e.g. Amazing place he's got there—squash courts, swimming pool, jacuzzi, the works.
32. see also: working
If someone is at work they are doing their job or are busy doing a particular activity.
e.g. The salvage teams are already hard at work trying to deal with the spilled oil...
e.g. He is currently at work on a novel...
If a force or process is at work, it is having a particular influence or effect.
e.g. The report suggested that the same trend was at work in politics...
e.g. It is important to understand the powerful economic and social forces at work behind our own actions.
If you say that you will have your work cut out to do something, you mean that it will be a very difficult task.
e.g. The new administration has its work cut out for it. Creating jobs in this kind of environment is not going to be easy...
e.g. He will have his work cut out to get into the team.
If something is in the works, it has already been planned or begun.
e.g. He said there were dozens of economic plans in the works...
e.g. Nobody should be surprised by this. It's been in the works for some time.
不应该有人对此感到惊奇，这事已经张罗了有一阵子了。in BRIT, usually use 英国英语通常用 in the pipeline
You can use work to talk about how easily or quickly a particular task is done. For example, if a person or thing makes short work of doing something or makes light work of it, they do it quickly and easily.
e.g. An aerosol spray will make short work of painting awkward objects...
e.g. This horse made light work of the cross-country course...
If you describe someone as a nasty piece of work, you think they are very unpleasant or cruel.
e.g. Underneath I think he's actually a rather nasty piece of work.
If you put someone to work or set them to work, you give them a job or task to do.
e.g. By stimulating the economy, we're going to put people to work...
e.g. Instead of sending them to prison, we have set them to work helping the lemon growers.
If you get to work ,go to work, or set to work on a job, task, or problem, you start doing it or dealing with it.
e.g. He promised to get to work on the state's massive deficit...
e.g. He returned to America where he set to work on a new novel.
If you work your way somewhere, you move or progress there slowly, and with a lot of effort or work.
e.g. Rescuers were still working their way towards the trapped men...
e.g. Many personnel managers started as secretaries or personnel assistants and worked their way up.
You can say to someone 'nice work' or 'good work' in order to thank or praise them for doing something well or quickly.
e.g. Nice work, Matthew. I knew you could do it.
43. to throw a spanner in the works -> see spanner
相关词组：work inwork offwork outwork overwork upwork 单语例句
1. Visionary political leaders and responsible business leaders alike should work together toward this end.
2. Train services across northern India have been disrupted as railroad authorities work to clear the tracks.
3. From that I learned that business management is the same as the work of a carpenter.
4. The seemingly ordinary graduate began work at an investment firm as a manager after taking a degree in international business and trade.
5. The centre of the professors'daily work has shifted from teaching to research, publishing papers and even making use of their academic advantages to do business.
6. But it was not easy to convince their agents to let them act in a maiden work.
7. The centre also offers business advice, work through government licensing and permit procedures and helps them find information about financing.
8. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Wednesday encouraged business communities of both China and the United States to work more closely to push forward bilateral relations.
9. The NYSE and the Washington institutions were to open for business Monday, with employees expected to report to work.
10. More than 1 million Taiwan business people work or live on the mainland, statistics show.work 英英释义
1. activity directed toward making or doing something
e.g. she checked several points needing further work
2. the occupation for which you are paid
e.g. he is looking for employment
a lot of people are out of work
3. the total output of a writer or artist (or a substantial part of it)
e.g. he studied the entire Wagnerian oeuvre
Picasso's work can be divided into periods
Synonym: oeuvrebody of work
4. a product produced or accomplished through the effort or activity or agency of a person or thing
e.g. 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
Synonym: piece of work
5. a place where work is done
e.g. he arrived at work early today
6. applying the mind to learning and understanding a subject (especially by reading)
e.g. mastering a second language requires a lot of work
no schools offer graduate study in interior design
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
e.g. work equals force times distance
1. give a workout to
e.g. Some parents exercise their infants
My personal trainer works me hard
work one's muscles
this puzzle will exercise your mind
Synonym: exercisework out
2. arrive at a certain condition through repeated motion
e.g. The stitches of the hem worked loose after she wore the skirt many times
3. go sour or spoil
e.g. The milk has soured
The wine worked
The cream has turned--we have to throw it out
4. cause to undergo fermentation
e.g. We ferment the grapes for a very long time to achieve high alcohol content
The vintner worked the wine in big oak vats
5. find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of
e.g. 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
Synonym: solvework outfigure outpuzzle outlick
6. use or manipulate to one's advantage
e.g. He exploit the new taxation system
She knows how to work the system
he works his parents for sympathy
7. make uniform
e.g. knead dough
work the clay until it is soft
8. perform as expected when applied
e.g. 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
9. move into or onto
e.g. work the raisins into the dough
the student worked a few jokes into his presentation
work the body onto the flatbed truck
10. cause to happen or to occur as a consequence
e.g. I cannot work a miracle
play a joke
The rain brought relief to the drought-stricken area
Synonym: bringplaywreakmake for
11. make something, usually for a specific function
e.g. She molded the rice balls carefully
Form cylinders from the dough
shape a figure
Work the metal into a sword
12. shape, form, or improve a material
e.g. work stone into tools
work the metal
Synonym: work onprocess
13. prepare for crops
e.g. Work the soil
cultivate the land
14. gratify and charm, usually in order to influence
e.g. the political candidate worked the crowds
15. move in an agitated manner
e.g. His fingers worked with tension
16. proceed along a path
e.g. work one's way through the crowd
make one's way into the forest
17. provoke or excite
e.g. The rock musician worked the crowd of young girls into a frenzy
18. proceed towards a goal or along a path or through an activity
e.g. 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
19. cause to work
e.g. he is working his servants hard
Synonym: put to work
20. be employed
e.g. 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
Synonym: do work
21. exert oneself by doing mental or physical work for a purpose or out of necessity
e.g. I will work hard to improve my grades
she worked hard for better living conditions for the poor
22. cause to operate or function
e.g. This pilot works the controls
Can you work an electric drill?
23. operate in or through
e.g. Work the phones
24. have an effect or outcome
often the one desired or expected
e.g. 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
25. have and exert influence or effect
e.g. The artist's work influenced the young painter
She worked on her friends to support the political candidate
Synonym: influenceact upon
26. operate in a certain place, area, or specialty
e.g. She works the night clubs
The salesman works the Midwest
This artist works mostly in acrylics
27. behave in a certain way when handled
e.g. This dough does not work easily
The soft metal works well