[ an-tahy-wurk, an-tee- ]
/ ˌæn taɪˈwɜrk, ˌæn ti- /
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of or relating to a social and cultural movement that distinguishes between labor, which generates goods, and work, which generates wealth, and that rejects work as artificially incentivized, while embracing or elevating labor as essential or intrinsically rewarding.
Often an·ti-work . opposed to work; lazy.
Often An·ti·work . the antiwork movement.
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