laboral

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laboral (comparative more laboral, superlative most laboral)

  1. Of or pertaining to labor.
    • 1960, International Yearbook of Education:
      Women's sections have been established at the laboral centres of Algemesi (Valencia), Jumilla (agriculture) and Vélez-Rubio (agriculture). The laboral school will have in the near future a branch section for horticulture and flower cultivation specially for girls.
    • 1976, International Geography '76: Geographical education, geographical literature and dissemination of geographical knowledge, Pergamon Press:
      The incorporation of the pupils to the laboral activities traces very complex problems, specially didactical ones, because it implies the rational and harmonic al integration of the pupils activities, as students as well as teachers.
    • 1980, Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference:
      But we think it is socially necessary to include the “laboral values” of ecology and conservation as a social praxis of maximum priority and as an answer to the basic causes of free appropriation of natural resources and the consequent []
    • 1993, Acta Ethnographica Hungarica, volume 38–39, Akadémiai Kiadó:
      According to the concept of Folklore that considers it as (BLACHE and MAGARINOS DE MORENTIN 1980, 1986), a transformation of the institutional, a re-elaboration added to the institutional behaviour referred in this case, to the laboral aspect since we have two work groups, in accordance with this concept we can express, the hypothesis that the laboral characteristics of the actors group and of the journalistics photographers' influence the construction of the mufa figure.
    • 1997, National Institute of Statistics and Census of Argentina, Statistical Yearbook, Republic of Argentina:
      Beneficiaries of the employment and laboral training programs, according to political and territorial division. Total for the country. Years 1993/1996
    • 1997, The Jews of Spain and the Expulsion of 1492, →ISBN, page 76:
      There co-existed, within the laboral world, the craftsman who worked for his own and sold his produce in his own workshops and botigas, with the business sector that hired their own workers.
    • 2005 April, Healthcare Systems Ergonomics and Patient Safety, Taylor & Francis, →ISBN:
      The goal of this paper is to expose that besides the support given by the Brazilian Federal Constitution, the laboral conditions of the place analysed presented another reality, where this group is not considered.
    • 2009 December, Daily Labor Report:
      The LABORAL call center, which will be operated by the Catholic Migration Office, will field inquiries about minimum wages, overtime, youth employment, migrant and seasonal work, and the rights and responsibilities of workers and []

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laboral (masculine and feminine plural laborals)

  1. (attributive) work, labour, working

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laboral m or f (plural laborais, not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to labor.

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laboral (plural laborales)

  1. Of or pertaining to labor.

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