Non-worker



[wur-ker] /ˈwɜr kər/

noun
1.
a person or thing that works.
2.
a laborer or employee:
steel workers.
3.
a person engaged in a particular field, activity, or cause:
a worker in psychological research; a worker for the Republican Party.
4.
Entomology.

5.
Printing. one of a set of electrotyped plates used to print from (contrasted with 2. ).
6.
any of several rollers covered with card clothing that work in combination with the stripper rollers and the cylinder in the carding of fibers.
/ˈwɜːkə/
noun
1.
a person or thing that works, usually at a specific job: a good worker, a research worker
2.
an employee in an organization, as opposed to an employer or manager
3.
a manual labourer or other employee working in a manufacturing or other industry
4.
any other member of the working class
5.
a sterile female member of a colony of bees, ants, or wasps that forages for food, cares for the larvae, etc
n.

as a type of bee, 1747, agent noun from work (v.).

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