outwork
[ˈaʊtwəːk]
NOUN
outworks (plural noun) · out-work (noun) · out-works (plural noun)
  1. a section of a fortification or system of defence which is in front of the main part.
    synonyms:
  2. AUSTRALIAN
    work done outside the factory or office that provides it.
VERB
outworks (third person present) · out-work (verb) · out-works (third person present) · out-work (present participle) · out-work (past tense) · out-work (past participle)
  1. work harder, faster, or longer than (someone else).
    "he was tireless in the field, able to outwork almost everyone around him"
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he was tireless in the field, able to outwork almost everyone around him.
How to say outwork in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic المتراس
Bosnian (Latin) na poslu
Bulgarian надомна работа
Cantonese (Traditional) 外包
Catalan treball
Chinese Simplified 外包
Chinese Traditional 外包
Croatian na poslu
Czech kooperací
Estonian eelkindlustus
German Vorwerk
Greek προτείχισμα
Hindi बहिर्कार्य
Hungarian bedolgozás
Icelandic tímaskrá
Italian lavorazioni esterne
Japanese 職務
Korean 옥외
Latvian pārspēt
Lithuanian priešpilis
Norwegian Bokmål Utenverk
Querétaro Otomi ar 'be̲fi jar domicilio
Romanian slei
Russian термохимическая
Serbian (Cyrillic) играљ боље од других
Serbian (Latin) igraљ bolje od drugih
Slovak časť opevnenia
Slovenian delati bolje
Spanish trabajo a domicilio
Swedish utanverk
Telugu అవుట్ వర్క్
Turkish destekçi
Ukrainian виробки
Urdu اڑتلا
Welsh gwaith allanol
Yucatec Maya Tin ka yaantal meyaj
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