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laborsaving

[ley-ber-sey-ving] /ˈleɪ bərˌseɪ vɪŋ/
adjective
1.
designed or intended to reduce or replace human labor:
The dishwasher is a laborsaving device.
Also, labor-saving.
Origin
1765-1775
1765-75; labor + saving
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  • Those two laborsaving devices could hardly have arisen by chance.
  • Many people think of automation as laborsaving technology.
  • They use the latest laborsaving devices and techniques.
  • M any people think of automation as laborsaving technology.
  • Utilize modern efficient methods and laborsaving tools in a cooperative application development environment.
  • laborsaving machinery and better methods of cleaning and finishing will enable fewer workers to do more work.
  • laborsaving technologies and methods can increase productivity, limiting employment growth even as output increases.
  • New and improved laborsaving technologies and mechanization in processing bakery products may curb job growth.
  • Firms invest in costly laborsaving equipment and use temporary workers whenever possible to avoid hiring permanent workers.
  • Every great laborsaving device seems to make our workday longer, leaving less time for that spare-time activity called life.

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