Definition of hard work in English:

hard work

noun

  • A great deal of effort or endurance.

    ‘it takes hard work to be successful in business’
    ‘my father always taught me the value of hard work’
    • ‘Children need to know they are important because of who they are, not just because of their performance or hard work.’
    • ‘Like any business, long hard work is your greatest asset.’
    • ‘Today I watched my month's hard work come to a nasty end.’
    • ‘A good idea backed up by a clear structure and hard work is the foundation of all great art.’
    • ‘By the end of the semester, the students were unanimous that the hard work had been worthwhile.’
    • ‘I am now finally at a place I wanted to be at artistically, but it has taken many years of hard work.’
    • ‘Her art speaks of love of nature, family and friends and the value of hard work and good faith.’
    • ‘He knew he could achieve the American dream only by hard work.’
    • ‘He asserted that they were an agricultural people who did not disdain hard work.’
    • ‘There is very little luck involved, just a lot of hard work.’
    • ‘They arrived at my doorstep with the classic American tale of hard work leading to brilliant success.’
    • ‘No one is suggesting here that talent and hard work should not be rewarded.’
    • ‘Our people know it takes hard work to be successful in the dairy business.’
    • ‘Demands and tough rhetoric are easy; negotiations require commitment and hard work.’