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たこ部屋;蛸部屋 [たこべや] /(n) labor camp/labour camp/low-quality accommodation for laborers

たゆまず努力 [たゆまずどりょく] /(n,vs) untiring labor (labour)

チープレーバー;チープ・レーバー /(n) cheap labour (labor)

トラバーユ /(n,vs) (1) job change (fre: travail)/change of occupation/(n) (2) work/labour/labor

レーバーユニオン;レイバーユニオン;レーバー・ユニオン;レイバー・ユニオン /(n) labor union/labour union

レイバー /(n) labor/labour

偉跡;偉蹟 [いせき] /(n) remaining works/results of a man's labor (labour)

違法ドラッグ [いほうドラッグ] /(n) (term formerly used by government bodies, e.g. the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) (See 脱法ドラッグ,危険ドラッグ) law-evading drug (e.g. amyl nitrates, MiPT)/quasi-legal drug/designer drug

英国病 [えいこくびょう] /(n) British disease/Britain's 1970s economic and labour problems

衛士 [えじ;えいし] /(n) (1) soldiers of the ritsuryo system that guarded gates of the imperial palace, the court, etc./(2) term used in error to refer to young men that were made to do forced labour in the ritsuryo system/(3) guards originally stationed at the grand shrine at Ise and shrine at Atsuta, Nagoya to protect the officials there

稼ぐ [かせぐ] /(v5g,vt) (1) to earn (income)/to make (money)/(2) to score (points, victory)/to gain (time)/to play (for time)/(v5g,vi) (3) to work hard (at one's job)/to labor/to labour/to toil

外部労働市場 [がいぶろうどうしじょう] /(n) external labor market/external labour market

感情労働 [かんじょうろうどう] /(n) emotional labour

汗の結晶 [あせのけっしょう] /(n) fruits of one's labour/crystals of sweat

寄場;寄せ場 [よせば] /(n) (1) gathering place/(2) (abbr) (See 人足寄場) labour camp for drifters, criminals, etc. (Edo period)/(3) (See 寄席) entertainment hall (for rakugo, manzai, magic, music, etc.)/vaudeville theater (theatre)/music hall

季節労働 [きせつろうどう] /(n) seasonal labor/seasonal labour

求人難 [きゅうじんなん] /(n) labor shortage/labour shortage

強制連行 [きょうせいれんこう] /(n,vs) being moved forcibly, e.g. being carted to a police station, transportation for forced labour, etc.

強制労働 [きょうせいろうどう] /(n) forced labor/forced labour/slave labor/slave labour

勤労 [きんろう] /(n,vs) labor/labour/exertion/diligent service

勤労感謝の日 [きんろうかんしゃのひ] /(n) Labour Thanksgiving Day (November 23rd) (Labor)

勤労奉仕 [きんろうほうし] /(n,vs) labor service/labour service

筋肉労働 [きんにくろうどう] /(n) physical or manual labor/physical or manual labour

苦心 [くしん] /(n,vs) pains/hard work/effort/trouble/labour/labor

苦労(P);苦勞(oK) [くろう] /(n,vs) (1) trouble/hardship/difficulty/labour/labor/toil/pains/(2) anxiety/worry/concern/cares

経営参加 [けいえいさんか] /(n) labor participation in management (labour)

軽労働 [けいろうどう] /(n) light labor/light labour

血と汗の結晶 [ちとあせのけっしょう] /(exp) result of one's blood, sweat, and tears/fruits of one's labour

権兵衛が種蒔きゃ烏がほじくる;権兵衛が種まきゃ烏がほじくる;権兵衛が種まきゃカラスがほじくる [ごんべえがたねまきゃからすがほじくる(権兵衛が種蒔きゃ烏がほじくる,権兵衛が種まきゃ烏がほじくる);ごんべえがたねまきゃカラスがほじくる(権兵衛が種まきゃカラスがほじくる)] /(exp) spoiling someone's work/useless effort/laboring in vain/labouring in vain/if a peasant sows seeds, the crows will dig them up

呼吸困難 [こきゅうこんなん] /(n,adj-no) labored breathing/laboured breathing/dyspnea/dyspnoea

雇用可能人口 [こようかのうじんこう] /(n) workforce/work force/labor force/labour force

公益を図る [こうえきをはかる] /(exp,v5r) to labor (labour) for the public good/to work for the public good

厚生省 [こうせいしょう] /(n) (See 厚生労働省) Ministry of Health and Welfare (now Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare)

厚生労働省 [こうせいろうどうしょう] /(n) Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare

厚生労働相 [こうせいろうどうしょう] /(n) (See 厚生労働大臣) Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare

厚生労働大臣 [こうせいろうどうだいじん] /(n) Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare

厚労省 [こうろうしょう] /(n) (abbr) (See 厚生労働省) Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare

厚労相 [こうろうしょう] /(n) Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare

荒業;荒技 [あらわざ] /(n) (1) (荒業 only) physical labor/physical labour/manual work/heavy work/(2) drastic move (e.g. hold or strike in martial arts)/power technique/display of power

荒働き [あらばたらき] /(n) (See あらしごと) hard work/rough physical labour

合同労組 [ごうどうろうそ] /(n) joint labor union/joint labour union

国際分業 [こくさいぶんぎょう] /(n) {econ} international division of labor/international division of labour/international specialization

骨折り [ほねおり] /(n) pains/efforts/trouble/labor/labour/services

骨折り損 [ほねおりぞん] /(n) waste of labor or energy/waste of labour/vain effort

裁量労働 [さいりょうろうどう] /(n) discretionary work (labour, labor)

雑徭 [ぞうよう;ざつよう] /(n) forced labour (labor) imposed upon commoners (ritsuryo period)

産む機械 [うむきかい] /(exp) baby-making machine (famously used by Health, Labour and Welfare Minister Yanagisawa Hakuo to refer to women)

産気 [さんけ] /(n) labor pains/labour pains

産気付く;産気づく [さんけづく] /(v5k) to go into labor/to go into labour

産痛 [さんつう] /(n) labor pains/labour pains

失業労働者 [しつぎょうろうどうしゃ] /(n) unemployed labor/unemployed labour

手間 [てま] /(n) time/labour/labor

手間賃 [てまちん] /(n) wages (charge) for labor (labour)/pay

手作業 [てさぎょう] /(n) manual labor/manual labour/manual procedures

手仕事 [てしごと] /(n) handwork/manual labor/manual labour/working with one's hands

手分け [てわけ] /(n,vs) division of labour/division of labor/splitting into groups (e.g. to search)

囚人労働 [しゅうじんろうどう] /(n) prison labor/prison labour/forced labor/forced labour

囚役 [しゅうえき] /(n) prison labor/prison labour

重禁錮 [じゅうきんこ] /(n) imprisonment with hard labor (hard labour)

重労働 [じゅうろうどう] /(n) heavy labor/heavy labour/hard labor (in prison)/hard labour

順法闘争 [じゅんぽうとうそう] /(n,adj-no) labor slowdown/labour slowdown

女手 [おんなで] /(n) (1) (See 男手・おとこで・1) female help/female labor/female labour/(2) (See 男手・おとこで・2) woman's handwriting/(3) (arch) (See 男手・おとこで・3) hiragana

少年労働 [しょうねんろうどう] /(n) child labor/child labour

省力 [しょうりょく] /(n,adj-no) labor saving/labour saving

省力化 [しょうりょくか] /(n,vs) labor saving/labour saving

職業紹介所 [しょくぎょうしょうかいじょ] /(n) (See 公共職業安定所) employment agency/placement agency/labour exchange/labor exchange

職場闘争 [しょくばとうそう] /(n) labor unrest/labour unrest

人件費 [じんけんひ] /(n) (1) personnel expenses/labor cost/labour cost/(2) indirect labour costs/indirect labor costs

人減らし [ひとべらし] /(n) personnel cut/labor cut/labour cut

人手不足 [ひとでぶそく] /(n) (yoji) labour shortage/labor shortage

人足寄場;人足寄せ場 [にんそくよせば] /(n) labour camp for drifters, criminals, etc. (Edo period)

陣痛 [じんつう] /(n) labour pains/labor pains/birth pains/contractions

陣痛室 [じんつうしつ] /(n) labor room/labour room

世話が焼ける;世話がやける [せわがやける] /(exp,v1) to be troublesome/to require the aid and labour of others

政労 [せいろう] /(n) (abbr) government-labour (e.g. liaison meeting)/government-labor

正期産 [せいきさん] /(n) {med} full-term birth/labor at term (labour)/term delivery

船員労働委員会 [せんいんろうどういいんかい] /(n) Labour Relations Commission for Seafarers

組織票 [そしきひょう] /(n) block votes (e.g. of a labor union, labour union)

組織労働者 [そしきろうどうしゃ] /(n) organized labour (organised, labor)/unionized labour

待遇改善 [たいぐうかいぜん] /(n) (yoji) improvement of labor conditions (labour)

第二組合 [だいにくみあい] /(n) rival labor union/rival labour union

単位組合 [たんいくみあい] /(n) local labor union/local labour union

単位労働組合 [たんいろうどうくみあい] /(n) local labor union/local labour union

男手 [おとこで] /(n) (1) (See 女手・1) male help/male labor/male labour/(2) (See 女手・2) man's handwriting/(3) (arch) (See 女手・3) kanji

抽象的人間労働 [ちゅうしょうてきにんげんろうどう] /(n) abstract human labour/abstract human labor

懲役 [ちょうえき] /(n) penal servitude/imprisonment with hard labor (hard labour)

直接労務費 [ちょくせつろうむひ] /(n) direct labor costs/direct labour costs

賃率 [ちんりつ] /(n) labour rate/pay rate/wage rate/income rate

奴隷労働 [どれいろうどう] /(n) slave labor/slave labour

働き [はたらき] /(n) (1) work/labor/labour/(2) achievement/performance/ability/talent/(3) salary/income/earnings/(4) action/activity/workings/function/operation/movement/motion/(5) {ling} (also written as 活) conjugation/inflection

働く [はたらく] /(v5k,vi) (1) to work/to labor/to labour/(2) to function/to operate/to be effective/to work (i.e. ... works)/to come into play/(3) to commit (e.g. a crime)/to perpetrate/to do/to act/to practise/to practice/(4) {ling} to be conjugated

内助の功 [ないじょのこう] /(exp,n) fruits of one's wife's labour (in assisting her husband's career, e.g. by running the household)

肉体労働 [にくたいろうどう] /(n) manual or physical labor/manual or physical labour

能力 [のうりき] /(n) {Buddh} (See 寺男) low-ranking priest who does manual labour at a temple/male temple employee

微弱陣痛 [びじゃくじんつう] /(n) {med} hypotonic contractions (during labor (labour))/uterine inertia/weak labor/weak labour/slow labor/slow labour

不当労働行為 [ふとうろうどうこうい] /(n) unfair labor practices/unfair labour practices

賦役;夫役 [ふえき(賦役);ぶえき(夫役);ぶやく] /(n) slave labour/slave labor/compulsory service/forced labour/forced labor/exacted service

分業 [ぶんぎょう] /(n,vs) division of labor/division of labour/specialization/specialisation/assembly-line production

無駄骨折り [むだぼねおり] /(n,vs) laboring in vain or for no result/labouring in vain

野良仕事 [のらしごと] /(n) (yoji) farm work/field labour/field labor

役務 [えきむ] /(n) labor/labour/service

粒々辛苦;粒粒辛苦 [りゅうりゅうしんく] /(n,vs) (yoji) toil and moil/working assiduously for/tireless hard work/painstaking labor (labour)

力業;力技(iK) [ちからわざ] /(n) (1) heavy work/manual labour/(2) feat of strength

力仕事 [ちからしごと] /(n) physical work/manual labour (labor)

力役 [りきえき;りょくえき] /(n,vs) (1) physical labor/physical labour/physical work/(2) (See 力役・りきやく) forced labor imposed by the government (e.g. under the ritsuryo system)

労 [ろう] /(n) labor/labour/toil/trouble/pains/work/effort/striving

労する [ろうする] /(vs-s,vi) (1) to work/to labor/to labour/(vs-s,vt) (2) to put to work/to make (someone) work

労り;功り;功 [いたわり] /(n,adj-no) (1) (労り only) (uk) sympathy/consideration/carefulness/attention/(n) (2) (arch) service/labor/labour/trouble/meritorious deed/(3) (労り only) (arch) illness/disease/sickness

労金 [ろうきん] /(n) (abbr) (See 労働金庫・ろうどうきんこ) workers' credit union/labour credit association

労銀 [ろうぎん] /(n) wages/labor wages/labour wages

労苦 [ろうく] /(n,vs) labor/labour/toil/hardship

労作 [ろうさく] /(n,vs) toil/labor/labour/laborious task

労使 [ろうし] /(n) labour and management/labor and management

労使協調 [ろうしきょうちょう] /(n) labor-management cooperation/labour-management cooperation

労使交渉 [ろうしこうしょう] /(n) (yoji) labor-management negotiation/labour-management negotiation

労使紛争 [ろうしふんそう] /(n) (yoji) industrial (labor-management) dispute (labour)/industrial strife

労資 [ろうし] /(n) capital and labor/capital and labour/capitalists and laborers/capitalists and labourers

労政 [ろうせい] /(n) labor administration/labour administration

労組 [ろうそ(P);ろうくみ] /(n) (abbr) (See 労働組合) labor union/labour union/trade union

労働(P);労動(oK) [ろうどう] /(n,vs,adj-no) (1) manual labor/manual labour/toil/work/(2) (abbr) (See 労働党) Labour Party

労働委員会 [ろうどういいんかい] /(n) labor-relations board/labour-relations board

労働運動 [ろうどううんどう] /(n) labour movement/labor movement

労働運動者 [ろうどううんどうしゃ] /(n) labor agitator/labour agitator

労働歌 [ろうどうか] /(n) songs of labor/songs of labour

労働関係調整法 [ろうどうかんけいちょうせいほう] /(n) labor relations adjustment law (labour)

労働基準監督官 [ろうどうきじゅんかんとくかん] /(n) labor standards inspector (labour)

労働基準局 [ろうどうきじゅんきょく] /(n) labor standards bureau/labour standards bureau

労働協約 [ろうどうきょうやく] /(n) labor agreement/labour agreement

労働金庫 [ろうどうきんこ] /(n) workers' credit union/labour credit association

労働契約書 [ろうどうけいやくしょ] /(n) labour contract (labor)

労働交渉 [ろうどうこうしょう] /(n) labor negotiation/labour negotiation

労働攻勢 [ろうどうこうせい] /(n) labor offensive/labour offensive

労働三法 [ろうどうさんぽう] /(n) the three labor laws (trade union law, labor standards law, labor relations adjustment law) (labour)

労働市場 [ろうどうしじょう] /(n,adj-no) labor market/labour market

労働者集会 [ろうどうしゃしゅうかい] /(n) labor rally/labour rally

労働収容所 [ろうどうしゅうようしょ] /(n) labor camp/labour camp

労働集約 [ろうどうしゅうやく] /(n,adj-f) labour intensive

労働集約産業 [ろうどうしゅうやくさんぎょう] /(n) labour intensive industry

労働集約的産業 [ろうどうしゅうやくてきさんぎょう] /(n) (See 資本集約的産業) labor-intensive industry/labour-intensive industry

労働省 [ろうどうしょう] /(n) (See 厚生労働省) Ministry of Labour (now Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare)

労働生産性 [ろうどうせいさんせい] /(n) labor productivity/labour productivity

労働組合 [ろうどうくみあい] /(n) labor union/labour union/trade union

労働争議 [ろうどうそうぎ] /(n) labor dispute/labour dispute/industrial dispute/strike

労働相 [ろうどうしょう] /(n) Minister of Labor (Labour)

労働大臣 [ろうどうだいじん] /(n) Minister of Labour

労働団体 [ろうどうだんたい] /(n) labor body/labour body/labor organization/labour organization/labor federation/labour federation

労働党 [ろうどうとう] /(n) Labour Party/Labor Party/worker's party

労働同盟 [ろうどうどうめい] /(n) labor federation/labour federation

労働能率 [ろうどうのうりつ] /(n) labor efficiency (labour)

労働不足 [ろうどうぶそく] /(n) labour shortage

労働法 [ろうどうほう] /(n) labor law/labour law

労働法典 [ろうどうほうてん] /(n) labor code (labour)

労働問題 [ろうどうもんだい] /(n) labor problem/labour problem

労働力 [ろうどうりょく] /(n) labor/labour/manpower/working force

労働力人口 [ろうどうりょくじんこう] /(n) labor force/labour force

労働力不足 [ろうどうりょくぶそく] /(n) labor shortage (labour)

労働力率 [ろうどうりょくりつ] /(n) labor force participation rate/labour force participation rate

労農党 [ろうのうとう] /(n) labor-farmer party/labour-farmer party

労務 [ろうむ] /(n) labor/labour/work/service

労務課 [ろうむか] /(n) labor section/labour section

労務管理 [ろうむかんり] /(n) labor management/labour management

労役 [ろうえき] /(n) work/labor/labour/toil

労役場 [ろうえきじょう] /(n) prison labor camp/prison labour camp

労力 [ろうりょく] /(n) labour/labor/effort/toil/trouble

労力を省く [ろうりょくをはぶく] /(exp,v5k) to save labor/to save labour

労連 [ろうれん] /(n) labour union/labor union

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