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No, a beggar, a thief, a smuggler, a gambler cannot be called worker because a worker is someone who is involved in a productive activity, which contributes to the GDP of a country. None of the given persons are engaged in any productive activity and not even they are contributing to the national income of the country so they cannot be treated or defined as workers.


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