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To work, and to work in a particular way

work

verb

to have a job, usually one that you are paid to do

serve

verb

to do a job or to perform duties for a person or organization

collaborate

verb

to work with someone in order to produce something

volunteer

verb

to do some work without getting paid

staff

verb

to be a worker in an organization

cover for

to do someone’s work while they are away or ill

fill someone’s shoes

to do the job that someone used to do

double as

to have another use or job as something

take in

to do work for someone else in your home

be your own boss

to work for yourself and not be employed by someone else

SOLE

… a teaching method in which groups of children learn independently using a computer linked to the internet

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