value of work done

  • 1value-added — ˌvalue ˈadded adjective [only before a noun] MARKETING value added products or services have an increased value because work has been done on them, they have been combined with other products etc. This increase in value to the buyer is what the… …

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  • 2Work (physics) — Classical mechanics Newton s Second Law History of classical mechanics  …

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  • 3work — /werrk/, n., adj., v., worked or (Archaic except for 35, 37, 40) wrought; working. n. 1. exertion or effort directed to produce or accomplish something; labor; toil. 2. something on which exertion or labor is expended; a task or undertaking: The… …

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  • 4Work — /werrk/, n. Henry Clay, 1832 84, U.S. songwriter. * * * I In economics and sociology, the activities and labour necessary for the survival of society. As early as 40,000 BC, hunters worked in groups to track and kill animals, while younger or… …

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  • 5work — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 effort/product of effort ADJECTIVE ▪ hard ▪ It s hard work trying to get him to do a few things for himself. ▪ It doesn t require skill it s a matter of sheer hard work. ▪ arduous, back breakin …

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  • 6value — [[t]væ̱ljuː[/t]] ♦ values, valuing, valued 1) N UNCOUNT: also a N, usu with supp The value of something such as a quality, attitude, or method is its importance or usefulness. If you place a particular value on something, that is the importance… …

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  • 7work — n 1 Work, labor, travail, toil, drudgery, grind are comparable when they mean effort or exertion directed to the accomplishment of an end, or an employment or activity which involves such expenditure of effort or exertion. Work is the most… …

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  • 8Work aversion — Work aversion, Workplace aversion, or Employment aversion is a psychological behavior, often part of an anxiety disorder, in which the subject intentionally refuses to be gainfully employed at all, or works far less than is necessary in order to… …

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  • 9work, history of the organization of — Introduction       history of the methods by which society structures the activities and labour necessary to its survival. work is essential in providing the basic physical needs of food, clothing, and shelter. But work involves more than the use …

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  • 10work — ▪ I. work work 1 [wɜːk ǁ wɜːrk] verb 1. [intransitive] to do a job that you are paid for: • Harry is 78 and still working. • Most of the people I went to school with work in factories. work for • David works for a broadcasting company …

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  • 11work — 1 verb DO A JOB 1 (I) to do a job that you are paid for: Harry is 78, and still working. (+ for): David works for the BBC. | work as a secretary/builder etc: She works as a management consultant for a design company. | work long hours/nights etc …

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  • 12Value added tax — Taxation An aspect of fiscal policy …

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  • 13Value pluralism — This article is about the philosophical concept of value pluralism. For other uses of the term, see Pluralism (disambiguation). In ethics, value pluralism (also known as ethical pluralism or moral pluralism) is the idea that there are several… …

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  • 14work — work1 [ wɜrk ] verb *** ▸ 1 have job ▸ 2 spend time doing something ▸ 3 operate well ▸ 4 have effect ▸ 5 move gradually ▸ 6 shape a substance ▸ 7 do calculation ▸ 8 grow crops on land ▸ 9 dig substances out ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) intransitive to have a …

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  • 15Value of Earth — In green economics, value of Earth is the ultimate in ecosystem valuation, and important to value of life calculations. It begins with the simple problem that if the Earth ceases to support life, and human life does not continue elsewhere, all… …

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  • 16Work-at-home scheme — A Work at Home scheme is a get rich quick scheme in which a victim is lured by an offer to be employed at home, very often doing some simple task in a minimal amount of time with a large amount of income that far exceeds the market rate for the… …

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  • 17Work order — A work order (WO) is an order received by an organization from a customer or client, or an order created internally within the organization. A work order may be for products or services. In a manufacturing environment, a work order is converted… …

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  • 18Value pluralism — the idea that two or more moral values may be equally ultimate (true), yet in conflict. In addition, it postulates that in many cases, such incompatible values, may be rationally incommensurable. As such, value pluralism is a theory in metaethics …

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  • 19surplus value — noun : the difference in Marxist theory between the value of work done or of commodities produced by labor and the usually subsistence wages paid by the employer compare labor theory of value …

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  • 20surplus value — noun Date: 1887 the difference in Marxist theory between the value of work done or of commodities produced by labor and the usually subsistence wages paid by the employer …

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