• (noun): A person who works at a specific occupation.
    Example: "He is a good worker"
    See also — Additional definitions below

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More definitions of "worker":

  • (noun): A person who acts and gets things done.
    Example: "He's a miracle worker"
    Synonyms: actor, doer
  • (noun): A member of the working class (not necessarily employed).
    Synonyms: proletarian, prole
  • (noun): Sterile member of a colony of social insects that forages for food and cares for the larvae.

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–?)

    Treat your child-care worker as you want your boss to treat you—with respect, professionalism, adherence to policies and prompt payments.
    Candyce H. Stapen (20th century)

    The worker can unionize, go out on strike; mothers are divided from each other in homes, tied to their children by compassionate bonds; our wildcat strikes have most often taken the form of physical or mental breakdown.
    Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)