job

All Noun
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  • These are people who have no job and are not looking for one.
  • This developed into a full-time job as soon as he could leave school.
  • He had taken a full-time job to be able to support his family.
  • He was simply the right man in the right job at the right time.
  • The youth had to leave school and find a full-time job.
  • I tell you what it is -- this thing is a put-up job. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, April, 1873, Vol. XI, No. 25, by Various
  • A young man who obtained this job was expected to become a very important official.
  • Things change when he finds some success in a well paid job.
  • However, he now has a full-time job in the field of architecture.
  • I felt sure it was a put-up job, but what could I say? Cited from John Henry Smith, by Frederick Upham Adams
  • She was probably the first woman to hold a government job in the US.
  • There was a put-up job if there ever was one. Cited from Back Home, by Eugene Wood
  • However, he came to see his career in special effects as a dead-end job.
  • Although he worked hard at his job, he would stay out all night at parties.
  • Thinking that they would do the job, he turned his attention to religious matters.
  • No, it was a case for personal attention; it was a one-man job. Cited from Trail's End, by George W. Ogden
  • Evidently he thought the whole thing was a put-up job to bring him low. Cited from Rilla of Ingleside, by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • It would look too much like a put-up job. Cited from A Prefect's Uncle, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • Both she and her sister have part-time jobs to make ends meet.
  • Apart from this, she has failed to have a full-time job.
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Meaning of job

  • noun A specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee
    estimates of the city's loss on that job ranged as high as a million dollars, the job of repairing the engine took several hours, the endless task of classifying the samples, the farmer's morning chores
  • noun A workplace; as in the expression "on the job";
  • noun An object worked on; a result produced by working
    he held the job in his left hand and worked on it with his right
  • noun The responsibility to do something
    it is their job to print the truth
  • noun The performance of a piece of work
    she did an outstanding job as Ophelia, he gave it up as a bad job
  • noun A damaging piece of work
    dry rot did the job of destroying the barn, the barber did a real job on my hair
  • noun A jewish hero in the old testament who maintained his faith in god in spite of afflictions that tested him
  • noun Any long-suffering person who withstands affliction without despairing
  • noun (computer science) a program application that may consist of several steps but is a single logical unit
  • noun A book in the old testament containing job's pleas to god about his afflictions and god's reply
  • verb Profit privately from public office and official business
  • verb Work occasionally
    As a student I jobbed during the semester breaks