laboursaving


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laboursaving

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laborsaving

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reducing (human) effort, hard work, or labour
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
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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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the laboursaving we have disposal, our seem ever rushed and My theory is our heads and hearts haven't quite caught up with the speed of life we force our bodies through each day.
The majority of so-called laboursaving devices take more time to set up and then clean afterwards than the original task would take in the old tried-and- tested way.
We spent the whole of the 20th century producing laboursaving devices and we have been really good at it," the University College Hospital London doctor said.
It set out to persuade households almost a century ago to plug into the wonders of electricity and the laboursaving appliances which went with it.
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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.
The demographic realities of mounting land scarcity and a surfeit of cheap labour decisively governed all economic considerations, even to the point of resisting the spread of laboursaving technologies and the coordinating concentration of employment in town workshops and factories.
They felt the biggest improvements were longer life expectancy (85%), better health (77%), laboursaving devices (89%), central heating (87%) and cheap foreign travel (56%).