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Greek ergon work werg- in Indo-European roots (eco)nomics
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Coined in 1950 from Ancient Greek ἔργον (ergon, “work”) + economics
We were impressed with the machine's ergonomics. It was stylish yet functional.
The ergonomics of our new office space help to facilitate productivity and a better work ethic.
Ergonomics is the study of human capabilities in relation to the workplace environment.
Ergonomics are key if you are sitting at the computer for hours so purchase a well made chair.
The heart rate under the wool-filled comforter was significantly lower 100 percent of the time compared to polyester comforters according to The Ergonomics Unit at the Polytechnic Institute of Wales.
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