English version

drudge

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrudgedrudge /drʌdʒ/ noun [countable]  WORK HARDsomeone who does hard boring workdrudge verb [intransitive]
Examples from the Corpus
drudgeThe work I was given was the same, day after day; I felt like a drudge.Surely one of thee needs a drudge?Before the marriage Maggie had been little more than a drudge round the house.One of the women said that since having four children, she felt she'd been reduced to a household drudge.Some drudge in the post office wouldn't give me any tape for my package.He found a job as a sheet-metal worker, drudge and grime and long hours and low pay.
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