Translation for 'work accident' from English to Russian
производственная травма {ж}
work accident
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случайность {ж}accident
случай {м}accident
серьезная авария {ж}serious accident
инженер {м} по технике безопасности
accident prevention officer
инспектор {м} по охране труда
accident prevention officer
авария {ж} [происшествие, несчастный случай]accident [mishap, disaster]
несчастный случай {м}accident [mishap, disaster]
Успех не падает с неба.
Success is no accident.
реанимация {ж}
accident and emergency department
Успех не приходит случайно.
Success is no accident.
работать [несов.]to work
работа {ж}work
музыкальная пьеса {ж}
musical work
воскресная работа {ж}
Sunday work
unverified найти решениеto work out
сменная работа {ж}shift work
рабочая поверхность {ж}work surface
публикация {ж} [то, что опубликовано]published work
разрабатывать [план и т.п.] [несов.]to work out [to devise]
работать на полную ставкуto work full-time
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Usage Examples English
  • He introduced work accident insurance, reduced the size of the Spanish Army, and removed some monarchist officers.
  • Hasselvander played many one-off shows with Raven (British band) in 2003 with Mark Gallagher sporting a leg cast from an injury sustained in a near death work accident in 2002.
  • His father died in a work accident when he was just two years old.
  • Folkins survived a 66,000 volt jolt, that happened during a work accident.
  • At age fourteen his father suddenly died due to a work accident which left his mother to care for his sister and him alone.

  • A new law establishing work-accident and occupational disease insurance was signed into law in January 1968, providing for compulsory coverage of all salaried employees and wage earners, including apprentices and domestic servants.
  • He was favoured to tour England and France with the Kangaroos before severing his index finger in a horrible work accident, which ended his season on the eve of the 1986 finals, where the Bulldogs would eventually lose to Parramatta in the 4–2 Grand Final.
  • Lulu loses a finger in a work accident, which the workers blame on the faster times.
  • His father died in a work accident in 1946 and Jean, at 14, started working in the mine to provide income for his family.
  • Later, after a serious work accident, he became a prominent figure in the cooperative movement and local government.

  • Cafà began a promising career in Rome but this was cut short by his premature death following a work accident.
  • He was the son of Conrad Ramsperger (1831–1869), a nailsmith who died in a work accident, and Anna Maria (Reppert) Ramsperger.
  • Patterson is a double leg amputee injured in a work accident in 1982. He competed in four events in track athletics in the 1988 Summer Paralympics in Seoul, South Korea, his best result being fifth.
  • In addition, their Congress passed legislation to reduce the independence of the company, and the Work Accident Law to support worker safety.
  • In a 1987 majority opinion that denied a woman the right to sue for damages if her boyfriend was injured in a work accident, O'Connor wrote that if unmarried couples were given the same rights as married couples, it would subvert the institution of marriage.

  • He first became a bricklayer in his family's business until a work accident at the age of 23 gave him time to take singing lessons.
  • He began his joblife as agriculturist but went on studying teaching after suffering a heavy work accident in which he lost his left arm.
  • Sources have said the car was fitted with the explosives while inside the depot, leading to speculation the explosion was a 'work accident.' The party reported on their website that most of those killed in the bombing were intelligence officials, contrary to government claims that all of the casualties were civilian.
  • An Israeli military spokesman said that Israeli forces had no involvement in the incident; later investigations showed the blast was caused by a "work accident" in which the explosives were accidentally detonated at the home used as an arsenal or bomb factory.
  • is divided by the French government into five branches: illness; old age/retirement; family; work accident; and occupational disease.

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    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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