transitive verb/intransitive verb. When people work, they work very hard and do unpleasant or tiring tasks. [Literature] People who toiled in gloomy, damp factories were too exhausted to enjoy family life.
To work continuously; work diligently. Toil means continuous and hard work. An example of drudgery is working in a field for 10 hours a day.
hard and continuous work; strenuous work or effort. an arduous task. Archaic. Battle; Fight; Battle. to engage in hard and continuous work; hard work: toil in the fields.
1 : work hard and late. 2 : advance with toilsome effort : trudge. transitive verb. 1 archaic: revision. 2 archaic : to achieve or achieve with great effort.
Toil is a term coined by Google to describe tedious, repetitive tasks involved in running a production environment. The goal of the Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) teams is to reduce or even eliminate effort to maximize the time spent on engineering and innovation.
People have different limits on how much trouble they can tolerate, but everyone has a limit. Too much effort leads to burnout, boredom and dissatisfaction. Additionally, spending too much time on toil at the expense of development time harms an SRE organization in the following ways: Creates confusion.
Some common synonyms for hardship are drudgery, drudgery, toil, toil and labour. While all of these words mean “an activity involving exertion or exertion,” drudgery refers to prolonged and tiring work.
toil (n. 1)
“net, sling”, 1520s, from French toile “hunting net, cloth, net” (cf. toile d’araignée “spider’s web” ), from Old French toile “cloth” (11c.), from Latin tela “net, net, warp of a cloth”, from PIE root *teks- “to weave”, also “to fabricate”. Now used largely in the plural (as caught in the Toils of the Law).
The phrase blood, toil, tears and sweat means a lot of effort, hard work, determination and suffering has gone into getting a job done.
Toil Verb [I] (WORK HARD)
Toil hard: Farm workers have been toiling in the 100 degree heat for the past week.
Compensation time, also known as TOIL, is when an employer offers time off to workers who have gone beyond their contractual hours. Essentially, it serves as an alternative to pay, meaning that any overtime an employee works can be taken as part of their annual leave.
From the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtoil1 /tɔɪl/ verb [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] 1 (also to strive) work very hard for a long period of timeat I’ve been I’ve got this been working on this essay all weekend.
Although hardwork means “work” (in both its noun and verb forms), it usually has the additional meaning of hard work, especially physical work. If you had lived during the Great Depression, you might have struggled with road construction and conservation projects.
Foolishness or stupidity refers to one who lacks proper fear or respect for God. He or she therefore tends to go in the wrong direction in life. Psalm 14:1 says: “The fool has said in his heart, ‘There is no God. ‘”
1:2 Vanity of vanities, says the preacher, vanity of vanities; everything is imagination. In summary, Ecclesiastes, Ecclesiastes’ author, tells us that all we do is “vanity”: empty, futile, and short-lived. In the end, it doesn’t matter if you’re smart or a fool, because in the end everyone dies.
“Effort is the type of work that is typically manual, repetitive, automatable, tactical, has no lasting value, and scales linearly as a service grows.” Some examples of hardship may include: Dealing with quota requests. Apply database schema changes.