Pronunciation (Yadda ake faɗi)
- Hyphenation: la‧bor
- Labor is the work that people do, usually lifting, moving, building, etc. rather than desk work. <> aikin k'arfi kamar d'aukar abubuwa masu nauyi.
- The cost of labor is higher than the cost of building materials.
- Labor are the people who do this kind of work. <> lebura, mutanen k'odago.
- Synonym: employees
- There's a big labor shortage in the construction industry.
- Labor is the process a pregnant woman goes through when she is giving birth (having her baby). <> idan mace mai ciki ta kasance kan gwiwa.
- Labor is the name of a big political party in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. <> wata babbar jam'iyyar siyasa a UK, Ireland, Australia, da New Zealand.
- Labor won the election. <> Labor ne suka ci zab'en.
Plain form (yanzu)
3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
Past tense (ya wuce)
Past participle (ya wuce)
Present participle (ana cikin yi)
- (intransitive) If you labor, you work hard. <> yin aiki da k'ok'ari.
- He labored over the food all afternoon to get ready for dinner. <> Ya yi aiki akan abincin duka ranar don shirin abincin dare.
- Quran 84:6 O mankind, indeed you are laboring toward your Lord with [great] exertion and will meet it. <> Ya kai mutum! Lalle ne kai mai aikin wahal da kai ne zuwa ga Ubangijinka, wahala mai tsanani, To, kai mai haɗuwa da Shi ne.
- (transitive) If you labor the point, you keep talking about it after people understand it well. <> cigaba da magana akan abu har bayan mutane sun gane.