[ US /ˈwɝks/ ]
[ UK /wˈɜːks/ ]
[ UK /wˈɜːks/ ]
performance of moral or religious acts
salvation by deeds
the reward for good works
everything available; usually preceded by `the'
we took on the whole caboodle
for $10 you get the full treatment
we saw the whole shebang
a hotdog with the works
buildings for carrying on industrial labor
they built a large plant to manufacture automobiles
- the internal mechanism of a device
How To Use works In A Sentence
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- Four principal types of source pertain to the subject: literature, works of graphic or plastic art, archaeological remains, and notated pieces of music.
- All of a sudden St. Philip's ten bells start tanging - one oclock already - and at once the workshops and factories around the yard begin disgorging throngs of workers on their way to lunch
- She works days as a chambermaid at a local hotel and at night lies awake fearing the sound of his tread.
- Police claim to have dismantled 12 networks of traffickers so far this year. Times, Sunday Times
- Of course, this kid dreams of a place like this island, where nobody works except to keep house and pick wild blueberries and beachcomb. Diary
- We also went to the DIY store for garden stuff and for a big bucket of white emulsion paint to brighten up the walls in Graham's workshop.
- Neither watch works,they're both broken.
- Will there be public-works programmes, or community service, or both?
- During the workshop, they each practised their part in the performance.