laboursaving


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laborsaving

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reducing (human) effort, hard work, or labour
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Adj.1.laboursaving - designed to replace or conserve human and especially manual labor; "laborsaving devices like washing machines"
helpful - providing assistance or serving a useful function
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Vision, combined with our high-speed digital motor o and cyclone technology, is the key to achieving a high performing robot vacuum - a genuine laboursaving device.
Now our resourceful tech team have shifted their focus to our cafe and front of house experience to find a laboursaving way of preparing food which is bound to be a real crowd pleaser too.
The presenters will explain how these challenges are solved with the latest user-friendly, laboursaving technology to provide a rapid return on investment, while enabling significant efficiency and performance related improvements.
We PRs know the Great British media, primary destination for our press releases, is a lair of lexicological laboursaving, a kingdom of clich.
With an accompanying TV series - Delia (BBC2, Monday), her first for six years - she shows us how to cut corners and take advantage of laboursaving tricks.
They felt the biggest improvements were longer life expectancy (85%), better health (77%), laboursaving devices (89%), central heating (87%) and cheap foreign travel (56%).