|raataa englanniksi||labour fi, sweat fi, slave fi, toil fi, drudge fi|
*: ...so I set myself to enlarge my cave, and work farther into the earth; for it was a loose sandy rock, which yielded easily to the labour I bestowed on it...
*: Being a labour of so great a difficulty, the exact performance thereof we may rather wish than look for.
: I think weve all got the idea. Theres no need to labour the point.
*: the stone that labours up the hill
*: The line too labours, and the words move slow.
*: to cure the disorder under which he laboured
*: When the sweat comes back this summer, 1528, people say, as they did last year, that you wont get it if you dont think about it.
: the sweat of hay or grain in a mow or stack
: His physicians attempted to sweat him by most powerful sudorifics.
: Ive been sweating over my essay all day.
: to sweat a spendthrift; to sweat labourers
*: There are few matters studio executives sweat more than maintaining their franchises.
: to sweat blood
*: With exercise she sweat ill humors out.
: The cheese will start sweating if you dont refrigerate it.
: Stop sweatin me!
*: The only use of it [money] which is interdicted is to put it in circulation again after having diminished its weight by sweating, or otherwise, because the quantity of metal contains is no longer consistent with its impression.
: a slave to passion, to strong drink, or to ambition
: Art thou the slave that with thy breath hast killd/ Mine innocent child? Shakespeare. Much Ado About Nothing.
: I was slaving all day over a hot stove.
: to slave a hard disk
*: Slaving one digital audio device to another unit using timecode alone results in time-based synchronisation...
*: ...he set to work again and made the snow fly in all directions around him. After some further toil his efforts were rewarded, and a very shabby door-mat lay exposed to view.
*: As a Numidian lion, when first caught, / Endures the toil that holds him.
*: Then toils for beasts, and lime for birds, were found.
*: places well toiled and husbanded
*: [I] toiled out my uncouth passage.
*: toiled with works of war
*: Rise in our toils and drudge away the day.
*: He gradually rose in the estimation of the booksellers for whom he drudged.