Deutsch: Arbeit / Português: Work / Français: Work / Italiano: Work

In an industrial or industry context, "work" refers to the tasks, activities, and processes that are performed in order to produce goods or provide services. It encompasses a wide range of tasks, including manual labor, use of machinery, and technical operations.

Examples of work in an industrial context include:

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