What is worker?

  • (noun): Sterile member of a colony of social insects that forages for food and cares for the larvae.
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Smithy (1924 Film) - Cast
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... Armenian Workers Communist Party Communist Party of the Portuguese Workers / Reorganizative Movement of the Party of the Proletariat Communist Party of ...
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... Stoughton Proud Donkey of Schaerbeek Ade Bethune, Catholic Worker Artist St ... Merolla Where are they now? Ade Bethune, Catholic Worker artist Information from the Catholic Worker ...
Codetermination In Germany - Historical Development
1850 In four printing houses in Saxony's Eilenburg the first worker committees were established. 1891 after repeal of the Sozialistengesetz, worker committees could be founded freely ... the Ruhr coal mines, the Prussian Berggesetz introduced worker committees in mining companies with over 100 workers ...
Social Class In Cambodia - Khmer Rouge Era
... on whether or not they had enough food) the worker class (the independent worker, the industrial worker, and the party members) and the "special" classes (revolutionary intellectuals, military ...

More definitions of "worker":

  • (noun): A person who acts and gets things done.
    Example: "He's a miracle worker"
    Synonyms: actor, doer
  • (noun): A person who works at a specific occupation.
    Example: "He is a good worker"
  • (noun): A member of the working class (not necessarily employed).
    Synonyms: proletarian, prole

Famous quotes containing the word worker:

    ... a worker was seldom so much annoyed by what he got as by what he got in relation to his fellow workers.
    Mary Barnett Gilson (1877–?)

    Helicon: “It takes one day to make a senator and ten years to make a worker.”
    Caligula: “But I am afraid that it takes twenty years to make a worker out of a senator.”
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    If the worker and his boss enjoy the same television program and visit the same resort places, if the typist is as attractively made up as the daughter of her employer, if the Negro owns a Cadillac, if they all read the same newspaper, then this assimilation indicates not the disappearance of classes, but the extent to which the needs and satisfactions that serve the preservation of the Establishment are shared by the underlying population.
    Herbert Marcuse (1898–1979)