Works - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈwɜːks|  American pronunciation of the word works
Brit.  |ˈwɜːks|  British pronunciation of the word works
- this word is used as a present tense form (he/she/it) of the verbto work
- this word is used as a plural form of the nounwork

noun

- buildings for carrying on industrial labor (syn: plant)
- everything available; usually preceded by `the'
a hotdog with the works
- performance of moral or religious acts
the reward for good works
- the internal mechanism of a device

Extra examples

She works all year round.

He works in a factory that makes jet engines.

She works well under pressure.

She works eight hours a day.

He works much too hard.

She works part-time at the restaurant.

He works about 60 hours a week.

She works the Northeast region of the state selling insurance.

She works for the federal government.

She works in the publishing business.

She works for a big company.

She works at our Chicago office.

She works very little and sleeps even less.

She works nine hours a day, sometimes more than that.

It was the first time many had seen works from the artist's private collection.

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