a trabajar

a trabajar(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (to the place where one works)
a. to work
Mi marido siempre va a trabajar en metro.My husband always goes to work by metro.
b. work
Yo entro a trabajar a las 9 am, excepto los viernes, en que entro a las 10 am.I start work at 9 am, except Fridays, when I start at 10 am.
2. (to performing a task or a job)
a. to work
Nos pondremos a trabajar otra vez en cuanto deje de llover.We'll get back to work the moment it stops raining.
b. working
Empecé a trabajar para la empresa hace cinco años.I started working for the company five years ago.
3. (used to encorage someone to start work)
a. let's get to work
Todavía nos queda mucho por hacer. Vamos, a trabajar.We still have a lot to do. Come on, let's get to work.
b. let's do some work (first person plural)
Venga, a trabajar, que llevamos media hora de cháchara y las cosas no se hacen solas.Come on, let's do some work. We've been chatting for half an hour now, and things don't get done by themselves.
c. do some work
A ver, niños, ya está bien de hacer tonterías. Ahora a trabajar un rato.Come on, kids, that's enough fooling around. It's time to do some work now.
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