We have no meanings for "work seriously" in our records yet.
I try to take work seriously, but not take myself too seriously.
But perhaps you may become great when you learn to work seriously.
He takes his work seriously, but, unlike most war correspondents, not himself.
Syl, I'm going to get to work seriously soon with my music.
I've got a whole year to work seriously on this project.
But he is already being made to work seriously hard just to hold.
This shows that the author at least took the work seriously.
If you will work seriously, William, my faith is in this very humility.
I try to take my work seriously but not myself.
He took life and work seriously and never used an indecent weapon against us.
I see you're taking work seriously, put in Doctor Wallace, in his kindly way.
I believe in men taking their work seriously, but not so seriously as you do.
They might not show, on the surface, that they took life and their work seriously.
It's not for me to say, I know, but I take my work seriously, you know?
We work seriously but don't take ourselves seriously.
They took the work seriously and it can be imagined how I drank in their words.
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Work seriously through the time
Work seriously across language varieties