English to Welsh Meaning :: work

Work :
gwaith, waith, ngwaith, jòb, jobsysgweithio, weithio, aethid, aethit, aethent, aethem, aethech, aethant, aethai, aeth, aet, aent, aem, aed, aech, â, cher, gweithia’, aethoch, aethom, aethon, aethost, aethpwyd, aethwn, af, âi, aiff, ân, ânt, cer, ei, elit, gweithiff, eid, eir, eith, êl, elai, elech, eled, elem, elent, eler, elet, elid, gweithia, dos, eloch, elom, elont, elwn, elwyf, elych, es, est, euthum, ewch, ger, gweithi, gweithiasit, gweithiasoch, gweithiaf, gweithiai, gweithiais, gweithiaist, gweithian, gweithiant, gweithiasai, gweithiasant, gweithiasech, gweithiasem, gweithiasent, gweithiasid, a’, redasom, gweithiasom, gweithiaswn, gweithid, gweithiech, gweithied, gweithiem, gweithien, gweithient, gweithier, gweithies, gweithiest, gweithiet, reda’, gweithiodd, gweithiom, gweithion, gweithiont, gweithir, gweithith, gweithiwch, gweithiwn, gweithiwyd, gweithiwyf, gweithiych, red, reda, redaf, gweithioch, redai, redais, redaist, redan, redant, redasai, redasant, redasech, redasem, redasent, redasid, redasit, rhediff, redir, redaswn, redech, reded, redem, reden, redent, reder, redes, redest, redet, redi, redid, rediff, rhedi, redith, redo, redoch, redodd, redom, redon, redont, redwch, redwn, redwyd, redwyf, redych, rhed, rhedasid, rhedasit, rheda’, rhedaf, rhedai, rhedais, rhedaist, rhedan, rhedant, rhedasai, rhedasant, rhedasech, rhedasem, rhedasent, weithiet, rheda, rhedasoch, rhedasom, rhedaswn, rhedech, rheded, rhedem, rheden, rhedent, rheder, rhedes, rhedest, rhedet, rhedid, rhedych, redasoch, rhedir, rhedith, rhedo, rhedoch, rhedodd, rhedom, rhedon, rhedont, rhedwch, rhedwn, rhedwyd, rhedwyf, weithiych, weithi, weithia, weithia’, weithiaf, weithiai, weithiais, weithiaist, weithian, weithiant, weithiasai, weithiasant, weithiasech, weithiasem, weithiest, weithiasid, weithiasit, weithiasoch, weithiasom, weithiaswn, weithid, weithiech, weithied, weithiem, weithien, weithient, weithier, weithies, elo, weithiasent, weithiff, weithioch, weithiodd, weithiom, weithion, weithiont, weithir, weithith, weithiwch, weithiwn, weithiwyd, weithiwyfgweithio, fynd, fyned, ngweithio, mynd, myned, redeg, rhedeg - gwaithgwaithworkaholicworkaholicsGweithioddgweithiogwaith
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Show English Meaning

Noun(1) activity directed toward making or doing something(2) a product produced or accomplished through the effort or activity or agency of a person or thing(3) the occupation for which you are paid(4) applying the mind to learning and understanding a subject (especially by reading(5) (physics(6) a place where work is done(7) the total output of a writer or artist (or a substantial part of it
Verb(1) exert oneself by doing mental or physical work for a purpose or out of necessity(2) be employed(3) have an effect or outcome; often the one desired or expected(4) perform as expected when applied(5) shape, form, or improve a material(6) give a workout to(7) proceed along a path(8) operate in a certain place, area, or specialty(9) proceed towards a goal or along a path or through an activity(10) move in an agitated manner(11) cause to happen or to occur as a consequence(12) cause to work(13) prepare for crops(14) behave in a certain way when handled(15) have and exert influence or effect(16) operate in or through

Show Examples

(1) there was an exhibition of his work in Paris(2) I got in from work and spent an hour or so rubbing down a radiator in the dining room, I then masked it up and sprayed it.(3) I was returning home from work on a packed subway(4) He is often at the office until 8pm and always brings work home.(5) The unprovoked attack happened as he returned from work earlier this month.(6) the staff work very hard at attracting customers(7) trying to work to windward in light airs(8) Flags flew at half-mast and non-essential staff were told not to report for work .(9) she frequently took work home with her(10) Walker contributed a sewn work entitled Sampler that featured the embroidered text, ÔÇÿWife is a four-letter wordÔÇÖ.(11) With their matching broken noses, the three left the pub in pursuit of a less hazardous line of work .(12) Sometimes he thinks about this but he can always justify his line of work .(13) she goes to work on her bicycle(14) He will not therefore be undertaking any work within the cathedral until this matter is concluded.(15) you'll work yourself into an early grave(16) Much work and effort has been put into the event by the organisers and events committee.
Related Words
(1) work out ::
gweithio allan
(2) at work ::
yn y gwaith
(3) work hard ::
gweithio'n galed
(4) work experience ::
profiad Gwaith
(5) hard work ::
gwaith caled
(6) go to work ::
mynd i'r gwaith
(7) work on ::
weithio ar
(8) good work ::
gwaith da
(9) work up ::
gweithio i fyny
1. labor ::
2. employment ::
3. composition ::
5. handiwork ::
7. everything ::
8. study ::
9. piece of work ::
darn o waith
10. oeuvre ::
11. workplace ::
12. toil ::
13. be employed ::
cael eu cyflogi
14. cultivate ::
15. function ::
16. operate ::
17. succeed ::
18. bring about ::
21. knead ::
22. maneuver ::
23. twitch ::
24. bring ::
dod â
25. act upon ::
gweithredu ar
26. forge ::
27. act ::
28. work on ::
weithio ar
29. do work ::
gwneud gwaith
30. ferment ::
31. make ::
32. turn ::
33. exploit ::
34. exercise ::
ymarfer corff
35. puzzle out ::
pos allan
Different Forms
work, workaholic, workaholics, worked, works
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

My dad kept a secret
at work, too,

My dad kept a secret at WORK, too,

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 19

It\'s ridiculous? What,
so you\'re saying it\'s not gonna work?

It's ridiculous? What, so you're saying it's not gonna WORK?

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 12

Just-- Just make it happen.
Work your magic.

Just-- Just make it happen. Work your magic.

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 11

How did marrying
a whore work out for you the first time?

How did marrying a whore WORK out for you the first time?

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 7

Gentlemen, I\'m going to allow
the two of you to work this out

Gentlemen, I'm going to allow the two of you to WORK this out

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 17

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