:expenditure of physical or mental effort especially when difficult or compulsory
- was sentenced to six months at hard labor
:human activity that provides the goods or services in an economy
- Industry needs labor for production.
:the services performed by workers for wages as distinguished from those rendered by entrepreneurs for profits
:the physical activities (such as dilation of the cervix and contraction of the uterus) involved in giving birth;
:the period of such labor
:an act or process requiring labor :task
- The three-month project evolved into a year-long labor.
:a product of labor
- The flood destroyed the labor of years.
:an economic group comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages
- wants the vote of labor in the elections
:workers employed in an establishment
:workers available for employment
- Immigrants provided a source of cheap labor.
:the organizations or officials representing groups of workers
- negotiations between labor and management
:the Labour party of the United Kingdom or of another part of the Commonwealth of Nations