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Oeuvre vs Traville

Hello,

Can someone elaborate on the above word, Oeuvre, traville. - both stand for work . Where each is used?

Kind Regards,

Vathsan

2/1/2019, 9:31:11 PM

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As I understand it, un oeuvre is like a work of art.
Travialle is labor, or the sweat of one's brow.

2/1/2019, 9:35:36 PM

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Distinguish the noun “un travail” from the verb “travailler”.

2/3/2019, 11:37:38 AM

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Do you mean "travail"?

2/4/2019, 1:42:24 PM

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as i understand both mean work - but oeuvre is more for like workforce, work of arts, and etc

2/4/2019, 3:01:14 PM
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