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drudg·er·y

 (drŭj′ə-rē)
n. pl. drudg·er·ies
Tedious, menial, or unpleasant work. See Synonyms at work.
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drudgery

(ˈdrʌdʒərɪ)
n, pl -eries
hard, menial, and monotonous work
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drudg•er•y

(ˈdrʌdʒ ə ri)

n., pl. -er•ies.
menial, distasteful, dull, or hard work.
[1540–50]
syn: See work.
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drudgery

dull, laborious, or menial work. — drudge, n.
See also: Work
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.drudgery - hard monotonous routine workdrudgery - hard monotonous routine work  
toil, labor, labour - productive work (especially physical work done for wages); "his labor did not require a great deal of skill"
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drudgery

noun labour, grind (informal), sweat (informal), hard work, slavery, chore, fag (informal), toil, slog, donkey-work, sweated labour, menial labour, skivvying (Brit.) the drudgery of everyday life
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drudgery

noun
Physical exertion that is usually difficult and exhausting:
Informal: sweat.
Chiefly British: fag.
Idiom: sweat of one's brow.
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Translations
كَدْح، عَمَل شاق
dřina
slavearbejdeslid og slæb
púl, òrældómur
angaryasıkıcı iş

drudgery

[ˈdrʌdʒərɪ] Ntrabajo m pesado
to take the drudgery out of workhacer el trabajo menos pesado
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drudgery

[ˈdrʌdʒəri] ncorvée f
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drudgery

nstumpfsinnige Plackerei or Schufterei (inf); it’s sheer drudgeryes ist eine einzige Plackerei
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drudgery

[ˈdrʌdʒrɪ] nfatica
housework is sheer drudgery → sbrigare le faccende domestiche è un lavoro pesante e ingrato
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drudge

(dradʒ) verb
to do dull, very hard or humble work.
noun
a person who does such work.
ˈdrudgery noun
hard or humble work.
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