Translation for 'workaholic' from English to Russian
ADJ   workaholic | more workaholic | most workaholic
NOUN   a workaholic | workaholics
трудоголик {м} [разг.]
workaholic [coll.]
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Translation for 'workaholic' from English to Russian

workaholic [coll.]
трудоголик {м} [разг.]псих.
Usage Examples English
  • The film depicts how brutal this workaholic Mumbai city is and how difficult it is for a common man to fulfill his basic dreams such as marriage and home ownership.
  • In 2014, Powell began a recurring role on the television series "About a Boy" as Richard, Will's workaholic friend, accountant, and business manager.
  • While the stereotype of hard-working Americans is often a positive one, the United States has also been criticized in recent years as a workaholic culture.
  • Wayne Edward Oates (June 24, 1917 – October 21, 1999) was an American psychologist and religious educator who is often - incorrectly - considered to have coined the word 'workaholic'.
  • Don Rosa describes himself as an introvert due to being socially isolated as a child. Also, he thinks of himself as a workaholic.

  • Meirelles is considered to be restless and a workaholic. He sleeps only five hours per night and performs late-night meetings.
  • Peter Sanderson is a workaholic tax attorney, separated from his wife Kate and often too busy for their children, Sarah and Georgie.
  • 1. Aunt Tess: 6/18/1961 - 1970. White-haired workaholic and domineering old bat. Not to be confused with Tess (Bone / Guff / Turk).
  • Colleagues described Grundig as a workaholic who made decisions alone and took interest in the minutest details of his business.
  • A workaholic is a person who works compulsively. A workaholic experiences an inability to limit the amount of time they spend on work despite negative consequences such as damage to their relationships or health.

  • Kim Seo-jin (Shin Sung-rok) is a successful and workaholic construction company director.
  • Rajeev, a television daily-soap producer, is a workaholic, much to his wife's dismay. Hilarity ensues when he tries to strike a balance between his personal and professional life.
  • The eldest daughter (Iza Calzado) tries to spice up her marriage with her workaholic husband.
  • He was a workaholic and an avid winter swimmer, making a point of swimming every morning throughout the year even into his nineties.
  • Moody’s most recent novel, "Sometimes Mine", was published in 2009, and follows a workaholic cardiologist’s decade-long, one night a week affair with a well-known basketball coach.

  • Often described by peers as a reclusive yet diligent 'workaholic', he has run half-marathons every morning for decades, suggesting an "unbelievably strong sense of control".
  • Burke and Fiksenbaum refer to Schaufeli, Taris, and Bakker (2007) when they made a distinction between an individual good workaholics and bad workaholics.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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