1. Of or relating to labor
2. Of, relating to, or constituting a political party held to represent the interests of workers or made up largely of organized labor groups
One of the factors of production, used to produce goods and provide services. Wages are the reward for labor. The quantity of labor in a modern economy is determined by the size of the population and the extent to which young and old people and women are prepared to take paid work.(Alternate spelling: labour).
Sequence of events in childbirth, from the first contraction of the womb through to delivery. There are three stages of labor, normally spread over some hours.
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ETYM French labourer, Latin laborare.
To work hard; SYN. labour, toil, fag, travail, grind, drudge, dig, moil.