hard-working

hard-working

adj
(of a person) industrious; diligent
Translations

hard-working

[ˈhɑːdˈwɜːkɪŋ] ADJtrabajador

hard-working

[ˌhɑːdˈwɜːkɪŋ] adjche lavora duro
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In the statement the Wybunbury councillor, whotook over the Tory leadership from Cllr Rachel Baileydays afterthe party lost overall control of the council,said: "I share the frustration of residents over the Westminster Brexit impasse, but am deeply sceptical that hard-working Cheshire East tax payers in areas such as Knutsford, Wilmslow and Alderley Edge expected the hard-left to now be in control of their council."
We are a hard-working nation and should revive our dignity in the international community, he said.
There's no doubting that most of our public servants are hard-working individuals, doing terrific work in places such as local schools and hospitals.
There are millions of hard-working people still struggling on the breadline, while those they work for get fat.
I am due my second child in November and my hard-working husband and I have done nothing but worry about the financial pressure this is going to put on us.
In this regard I believe this honour (CBE) was perhaps given to her, not just for the hard work she does, but also for the hard-working staff who work for Coventry City Council.
The dancers, rehearsing as toreadors in Festival Ballet's version of Don Quixote, have been treated, if that's the word, to just a little of the carrot and stick technique that has allowed Djuric--and a hard-working board of directors--to transform a once moribund company into one approaching national status.
Freda Salway struck me as a thoroughly decent, hard-working person, very easy to speak to, and a very fair and honest person to boot.
That's because they weren't the kind of people politicians now seem to worry so much about, poor, hard-working migrants looking for a break, like any other wave of migration the United States has ever had before--Italians, Greeks, Russians, Poles, Irish, Chinese, English--in its long history of absorbing poor, hard-working migrants.