Toil – meaning of the word and examples

Hard work especially work that makes you feel physically tired. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Work extremely hard or incessantly. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Move slowly and with difficulty. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Long strenuous fatiguing labour. (Merriam – Webster)

When people toil, they work very hard doing unpleasant or tiring tasks. (Collins Dictionary)

If you toil somewhere, you move there slowly and with difficulty, usually because you are very tired. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Toil: A Word Every Engineer Should Know.

https://medium.com/production-ready/toil-a-word-every-engineer-should-know-f0b676e41c86

The toil to discover ‘new physics’ after Higgs boson breakthrough.

https://www.ft.com/content/b0343164-ab86-11e8-94bd-cba20d67390c
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