(in the U.S.) a legal holiday, commonly the first Monday in September, in honor of labor.
(in the US and Canada) a public holiday in honour of labour, held on the first Monday in September
(in Australia) a public holiday observed on different days in different states
A national holiday in the United States and Canada in honor of working people. Labor Day is observed on the first Monday in September.
[ley-berd] /ˈleɪ bərd/ adjective 1. done or made with difficulty; heavy: labored breathing. 2. exhibiting a great deal of effort; lacking grace, fluency, or spontaneity: a labored prose style. [ley-ber] /ˈleɪ bər/ noun 1. productive activity, especially for the sake of economic gain. 2. the body of persons engaged in such activity, especially those working […]
noun 1. . 2. (in the U.S.) the body of people who are at least 14 years old and are either employed or available for employment.
[ley-ber] /ˈleɪ bər/ noun 1. productive activity, especially for the sake of economic gain. 2. the body of persons engaged in such activity, especially those working for wages. 3. this body of persons considered as a class (distinguished from and ). 4. physical or mental work, especially of a hard or fatiguing kind; toil. 5. […]
[ley-ber-in-ten-siv] /ˈleɪ bər ɪnˈtɛn sɪv/ adjective 1. requiring or using a large supply of labor, relative to capital. A term describing industries that require a great deal of labor relative to capital (compare capital-intensive). Examples of labor-intensive industries are forms of agriculture that cannot make use of machinery and service industries, such as restaurants.