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Princeton's WordNet1.5 / 2 votes

  1. workload, work loadnoun

    work that a person is expected to do in a specified time

    work load

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PPDB, the paraphrase database0.0 / 0 votes

  1. List of paraphrases for "workload":

    workloads, caseload, burden, load, volume

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  1. Kyle Wright:

    It’s a blessing in disguise, if you will, to have a little lighter workload and have less recovery time.

  2. Sarah Rawdin:

    The work doesn't stop and so we just keep working, there's just so much extra work with COVID, it's not uncommon for me to see emails come through regarding COVID cases well into the evening and I know that my staff has stayed unfortunately they haven't gone home on time because of the workload, and just trying to get everything done and keep everybody safe.

  3. David Greenberg:

    The focus started to shift back to being capable of using the automation as an assist to reduce workload in the right circumstance, but being capable also of taking over and flying the old way, in Asia, it's very normal to rely, in my view, excessively on automation.

  4. Lee Min-Ah:

    When male partners work more, women’s economic activity will be discouraged and their responsibility of childcare will only increase, Lee said.The country already has the lowest fertility rate in the world, and a rapidly ageing population. The working-age population peaked at 38 million in 2019 and is set to drop by more than 9 million by 2040, government data show.Lee Yoon-sun, a 29-year-old office worker, said working high-intensity hours and then taking time off would be disruptive.Working long hours when you have a heavy workload and then resting when you are less busy seems like a pattern that will lead to an irregular life, affecting having children and taking care of them.

  5. Cam Talbot:

    Managing workload and stuff like that is going to be huge throughout this season to make sure that we put ourselves in the best possible spot to not only make the playoffs, but make a deep run here.

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