labour-intensive

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labour-intensive (comparative more labour-intensive, superlative most labour-intensive)

  1. (British spelling) alternative form of labor-intensive
    • 2021 July 12, Nicholas Barber, “The French Dispatch: Four stars for Wes Anderson's latest”, in BBC[1]:
      The French Dispatch has to be one of the most labour-intensive films in existence. It makes The Grand Budapest Hotel look as if it was improvised over a weekend and shot with a smartphone.

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