Definition of work like a Trojan or Trojans in English:

work like a Trojan (or Trojans)

Work extremely hard.
More example sentences
  • He works like a Trojan and takes enormous pride in his produce.
  • He carried on working like a Trojan and kept up a punishing travel schedule that took him to factories all over the Far East, overseeing the manufacture of his shoe designs.
  • He tells us that although there has been inactivity on our part, ‘the ground staff have been working like Trojans’.
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