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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlaborerla‧bor‧er /ˈleɪbə $ -bərər/ noun [countable]  x-refthe American spelling of labourer
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laborerHearst had to pay 65 laborers for nine months to dismantle the monastery, crate it up and move it.Arturo is a laborer who works for $ 4 an hour, about six hours a day.Few had any special skills; they worked as casual laborers, eking out a marginal existence, often reduced to begging.Men may work periodically as day laborers on others' fields, as carpenters, or masons.a farm laborerSome are technicians, some are artists, some are craftsmen, and some are just laborers.The biggest complaints here come from women who work as machinists, laborers, and handlers.They also want Tokyo to aid not only the original laborers but their offspring as well.
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