English to Igbo Meaning of vocation - ịrụ ọrụ

Vocation :
ịrụ ọrụ

ịrụ ọrụ, ahia, ọrụ, arụ, ejegharị nke ndụ

ịrụ ọrụọrụ akavocations
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Definitions of vocation in English
Noun(1) the particular occupation for which you are trained(2) a body of people doing the same kind of work
Examples of vocation in English
(1) Literature was his vocation , and his love of technology seems to have been a matter of high principle rather than of practice.(2) Marty perceives his mentoring not as a career but as a vocation and a faith commitment.(3) This behavior is a quick turnoff to professionals who value their vocation and what they have to offer.(4) ÔÇÿTeaching is a vocation as well as a profession,ÔÇÖ is John's guiding principle.(5) To fit in society well, a youth has to learn a skill, vocation , profession or trade for him or her to become a responsible citizen in the community.(6) Historically, public service was the honourable vocation of the nobility and gentry, whose younger sons went into the army, the Church or the law.(7) For more than 60 years, it's been my joy, my passion and my vocation .(8) The teacher does not hold the prospect of wealth but is accorded respect for his vocation and dedication to the care of the young.(9) Management is a calling, a vocation that requires knowledge and passion, but also patience.(10) They often work through without a break yet put up with it because they come into the job as a vocation to help people.(11) Late in life, he seemed to find his vocation as a writer rather than a publishing employee.(12) But she has now found her vocation with Wiltshire Ambulance Service.(13) I commend the New Zealanders who continue to study for those professions, regardless of the many disincentives, because they have a vocation and a real desire to help others.(14) She was also a teacher in inner city London - a vocation which requires real dedication.(15) He helped many people along his journey before deciding that he wanted to make the priesthood his vocation .(16) her vocation as a poet
Related Phrases of vocation
1. calling ::
2. life's work ::
ndụ ọrụ
3. mission ::
4. purpose ::
5. function ::
6. profession ::
7. occupation ::
8. career ::
9. job ::
10. employment ::
11. trade ::
12. craft ::
13. business ::
14. line ::
15. line of work ::
akara ọrụ
Different Forms
vocation, vocational, vocations
Word Example from TV Shows

"Singing is neither an appropriate VOCATION nor aVOCATION for you...

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 10

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