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  1. work to
    • 1. follow or operate within the constraints of (a plan or system)

    • follow or operate within the constraints of (a schedule or system)
    • verb

      follow official working rules and hours exactly in order to reduce output and efficiency, especially as a form of industrial action.
    • noun

      an instance or period of working to rule:
    • proceed gradually toward (something more advanced or intense)
    • noun

      a government policy of encouraging unemployed people and others receiving state benefits to find a job, for example by providing job training or paying a fee to employers:
    • begin or cause to begin work
    • adjective

      relating to or promoting a worker's right not to be required to join a labor union:
    • verb

      follow official working rules and hours exactly in order to reduce output and efficiency, especially as a form of industrial action.
    • noun

      an instance or period of working to rule:
    • begin or cause to begin work
    • adjective

      relating to or promoting a worker's right not to be required to join a trade union:
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