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English definition of “Bob”

Bob

noun     /bɒb/ US  /bɑːb/ UK old-fashioned informal
Bob's your uncle used to mean that something will happen very quickly and simply: Just tell them you're a friend of mine and, Bob's your uncle, you'll get the job.Easiness and simplicity
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