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Meaning of LABOR

Pronunciation:  'leybur

Matching Terms:  labor agreement, labor coach, labor contract, Labor Day, Labor Department, labor force, labor leader, labor market, labor movement, labor of love, labor organizer, labor pain, labor pains, Labor Party, labor pool, labor resources, Labor Secretary, labor union, Laborant, Laboratory, laboratory bench, laboratory coat, Laboratory INstrument Computer, Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbenc, labored, Laboredly, laborer, laboring, labor-intensive, laborious, laboriously, laboriousness, Laborless, LaborNet, Laborous, laborsaving, Labor-saving, Laborsome, labour, labour of love, labour pains, Labour Party, laboured, labourer, labouring, labour-intensive, labourious, Labourite, laboursaving

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 Definition: Periodic rhythmical contraction of the uterus which opens the cervix and leads to the birth of a baby.
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