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workload

US [ˈwɜrkˌloʊd]
UK [ˈwɜː(r)kˌləʊd]
  • n.(某一人或组织的)工作量
  • Web工作负载;工作负荷;工作负担
Plural Form:workloads  
workload
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n.
1.
(某一人或组织的)工作量,工作负担the amount of work that has to be done by a particular person or organization
a heavy workload
沉重的工作负担
We have taken on extra staff to cope with the increased workload.
我们已经额外雇用员工来应付增加了的工作量。

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