||the full-time employment of children under a minimum age specified by law.
||compulsory physical labor imposed as part of a prison sentence.
|labor of love
||a task or kind of work that one does out of altruism or interest, rather than for financial gain.
||(sometimes cap.) a political party that advances the causes of labor or is controlled by labor unions.
||a group of workers that help and protect each other's interests. Labor unions ask employers to improve wages and working conditions.
||requiring a relatively large amount of labor and a small amount of capital.
||decreasing the physical labor or number of workers required.
||a political party in Great Britain that supports the interests of labor and advocates social reforms.
||work having to be done in a bent or crouched position, as some gardening and harvesting.