listen to the pronunciation of toil
Englisch - Englisch
labour, work

he set to work again and made the snow fly in all directions around him. After some further toil his efforts were rewarded, and a very shabby door-mat lay exposed to view.

to struggle
trouble, strife
to labour, to work
{f} work, labor
{v} to drudge, work, labor, be weary with labor
{n} hard labor, labor, fatigue, a net, a snare
To labor; to work; often with out
Labor with pain and fatigue; labor that oppresses the body or mind, esp
productive work (especially physical work done for wages); "his labor did not require a great deal of skill"
the body
{i} hard work, exhausting effort
To exert strength with pain and fatigue of body or mind, especially of the body, with efforts of some continuance or duration; to labor; to work
work hard; "She was digging away at her math homework"; "Lexicographers drudge all day long"
To weary; to overlabor
A net or snare; any thread, web, or string spread for taking prey; usually in the plural
When people toil, they work very hard doing unpleasant or tiring tasks. People who toiled in dim, dank factories were too exhausted to enjoy their family life Workers toiled long hours. Toil away means the same as toil. She has toiled away at the violin for years Nora toils away serving burgers at the local cafe
Toil is unpleasant work that is very tiring physically
toil and moil
to work hard; to drudge; to toil, to moil
toil up
Work hard to climb something steep
To toil
Simple past and past participle of toil
one who works strenuously
A person who toils or labors
{i} one who works hard
One who toils, or labors painfully
doing arduous or unpleasant work; "drudging peasants"; "the bent backs of laboring slaves picking cotton"; "toiling coal miners in the black deeps"
Present participle of to toil
plural of toil
third person singular of toil