Translation of manual in Spanish:

manual

manual, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmanjʊ(ə)l//ˈmænjə(wə)l/

adjective

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    manual
    (labor/work) (before noun) manual
    • That will mean a harsh deal for manual workers who can't physically work beyond 60 or 65.
    • These immigrants have come from positions ranging from low-level bureaucrats to manual laborers.
    • Asian manual laborers who came to the United States in the nineteenth century were overwhelmingly male.
    • If slave conditions need to change, human labour, needs and feelings of manual workers need to be respected.
    • These manual laborers, long accustomed to toiling in the fields, are good workers.
    • Some work as manual laborers while others work as farmers, especially when the fishing is bad.
    • Many of them work as unskilled manual laborers, which confines them to low social and economic status.
    • His glasses gave him an intellectual appearance, but his build and physical presence were more like a manual laborer.
    • It is highly unlikely for the family of high-ranking party officers to work as a manual laborer or miner, for example.
    • People working indoors do not get the sun exposure that their ancestors got as farmers and manual laborers.
    • In the wilderness, elite men like Roosevelt no longer donned the business suits that separated them from manual laborers.
    • They tried to supplement their income by hiring themselves out as day laborers, textile workers or manual laborers.
    • As a manual laborer, he wonders how can he ever feel useful again.
    • I am not your typical unskilled manual labourer.
    • In summer, many manual laborers take their tops off because they get sweaty, or like to saunter along the sidewalks topless.
    • All things being equal the manual labourer will get a slight preference from me because he'll be tougher and stronger and less prone to injury.
    • His poems reflect the experience of manual laborers and the union men and women who built the United States.
    • They have tried to present the different facets of the former Pope's life as a manual labourer, poet, thespian and footballer.
    • He became a manual laborer and later a postal worker, a position that he retained until his retirement.
    • But today, the computer can actually make a better examination than a manual physician.

noun

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    (book)
    manual masculine
  • 2

    Music
    (keyboard)
    teclado masculine