♦ working

♦ working
♦ working /ˈwɜ:kɪŋ/
A a.
1 che lavora; attivo; laborioso
2 che funziona; funzionante; in funzione: a working model of a plane, un modello d'aereo che funziona; un aeromodello; (mecc.) the working parts of a machine, le parti funzionanti (o mobili) di una macchina
3 sufficiente; discreto; che basta allo scopo: a working knowledge of English, una conoscenza discreta dell'inglese
4 (di vestito, ecc.) da lavoro
B n.
1 [u] lavorazione; lavoro: cost of working, costo di lavorazione
2 [u] funzionamento: the working of an engine, il funzionamento di un motore
3 (pl.) ► workings
● (comput.) working area, area di lavoro □ (equit.) working canter, piccolo galoppo di lavoro (nel dressage) □ (fin., rag.) working capital, capitale netto d'esercizio; capitale circolante netto □ (fin., rag.) working capital ratio, rapporto di liquidità (di un'azienda) □ (econ.) the working class, la classe operaia (o lavoratrice); (stor.) il proletariato □ working-class family, famiglia operaia □ working conditions, condizioni di lavoro (di un dipendente); buono stato, buone condizioni (di una macchina, ecc.) □ (rag.) working costs, costi di esercizio, spese d'esercizio, spese di gestione □ a working day, una giornata lavorativa; un giorno feriale □ (archit.) a working drawing, un disegno costruttivo □ (rag.) working expenses, spese d'esercizio □ (ind. min.) working face, sezione di scavo □ working group = working party ► sotto □ working hours, ore lavorative; orario di lavoro □ a working hypothesis, un'ipotesi di lavoro □ the working life, la vita (economicamente) attiva □ working load ► workload □ a working man, un operaio; un lavoratore □ working men's club, dopolavoro □ a working mother, una donna con figli che lavora □ working-out, calcolo, risoluzione; elaborazione, sviluppo; esecuzione, attuazione: the working-out of a problem, la soluzione di un problema; the working-out of a plan, l'elaborazione di un progetto □ working-over, il rifare, rifacimento (di un calcolo, ecc.); busse, botte, pestaggio; (fam. USA) minacce, intimidazioni □ (fin., leg.) working partner, socio attivo □ working party, commissione di studio (o d'indagine); squadra di lavoro (di soldati, prigionieri, detenuti, ecc.) □ (econ., stat.) working population, popolazione attiva □ (comput.) working space, area di lavoro □ working surface ► worktop □ (org. az.) working time, orario di lavoro □ (econ.) working to rule, sciopero bianco □ (equit.) working trot, trotto di lavoro (nel dressage) □ working week, settimana lavorativa: 5-day working week, settimana lavorativa di cinque giorni; settimana corta □ working woman, operaia; impiegata; (in genere) donna che lavora □ (mecc.) in working condition (o in working order), in grado di funzionare; in buono stato.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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