Translation for 'ability to work' from English to Finnish
työkyky {noun}ability to work
Partial Matches
näkökyky {noun}ability to see
lentokyky {noun}ability to fly
sopeutuvuus {noun}ability to adapt
työkyvytön {adj}unable to work [postpos.]
kyvykkyys {noun}ability
lahjakkuus {noun}ability
työkyky {noun}working ability
työ {noun}work
työskennelläto work
tehdäto work
olla töissäto work
yötyö {noun}
night work
yötyö {noun}
nighttime work
ahkeroidato work hard
sosiaalityö {noun}
social work
työviisumi {noun}
work visa
vuorotyö {noun}
shift work
to work out
työstääto work on
työlupa {noun}
work permit
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Usage Examples English
  • Morning sickness can negatively affect quality of life, result in decreased ability to work while pregnant, and result in health-care expenses.
  • The Philippists ascribed to the Gospel alone the ability to work repentance, to the exclusion of the law.
  • Features that set CinePaint apart from its photo-editing predecessor include the frame manager, onion skinning, and the ability to work with 16-bit and floating point pixels for high-dynamic-range imaging (HDR).
  • A stroke in 1901 reduced his ability to work. Only after his death in 1910 was there a first exposition dedicated to him, held at the Musée d'art et d'histoire in Neuchâtel.
  • Purportedly based on Jewish Kabbalah, it contains numerous signs, seals, and passages in Hebrew related to the prophet Moses' ability to work wonders.

  • Islam has had a rich history of veneration of saints (often called "wali", which literally means "Friend God"), and saints came to be defined in the eighth-century as a group of "special people chosen by God and endowed with exceptional gifts, such as the ability to work miracles."
  • The main advantages of this approach are speed of analysis, non-invasive diagnostics, and the ability to work in-situ.
  • But unlike the classical school and many economists today, Marx made a clear distinction between labor actually done and an individual's "labor power" or ability to work.
  • Depression may affect people's ability to work. The combination of usual clinical care and support with return to work (like working less hours or changing tasks) probably reduces sick leave by 15%, and leads to fewer depressive symptoms and improved work capacity, reducing sick leave by an annual average of 25 days per year.
  • The new law allows Amish children the ability to work with their families, once they are past eighth grade in school.

  • The ability to work in two planes is important for orthopedic and spinal surgery and can reduce operating times by eliminating re-positioning.
  • He had experience in all the senior leadership positions in the Senate and was highly respected for his ability to work with members on both sides of the aisle.
  • VDI also added the ability to work with multiple fonts and added a selection of raster drawing commands to the formerly vector-only GKS-based drawing commands.
  • In addition, he had the ability to work in monumental size.
  • In the UK diagnosis is based on having the symptoms for most of the time for one month, with symptoms that significantly affect the ability to work, study, or to carry on ordinary daily living, and with other similar conditions ruled out.

  • Hitchcock also signed Hedren to a seven-year contract, which she stated restricted her ability to work.
  • Divemasters have the ability to work in holiday destinations in many parts of the world.
  • Unlike its predecessor, Invalidity Benefit, this new welfare payment came with a medical test that gauged claimants' ability to work.
  • Although hundreds of Catholic nuns successfully served as nurses, Dix distrusted them; her anti-Catholicism undermined her ability to work with Catholic nurses, lay or religious.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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