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  • to try hard to achieve something: Most couples would agree that for a marriage to succeed, both parties have to work at it. [ + -ing verb ] You need to work at improving your writing.
  • work on vb (intr, preposition) to persuade or influence or attempt to persuade or influence ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Switch to new thesaurus Verb 1. work on - to exert effort in order to do, make, or perform something; "the child worked at the multiplication table until she had it down cold" work at work - exert oneself by doing.
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  • Sep 30,  · Work at it with all of your heart (That's workin not for man) As working for the Lord and not for man You've gotta work at it with all of your heart You work at your job, you work hard at school.
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  • Work at it! is a project funded by Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, under the Adult Literacy Innovative Projects. It trialed a practical model of delivering employment-based content to mobiles phones and MP3 players for CALD Youth. .
  • Many IT specialists work as network administrators and security analysts, managing hardware and software systems and solving technical problems. As more data is stored offsite, businesses also hire IT professionals to assist with their cloud computing needs.
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  • work at: See: endeavor, engage, engage in, occupy, practice.